James A. Clemons
James Clemons was last seen in Beloit, Wisconsin on June 17th, 2000.
James was originally from the Brooklyn borough of New York City borough of Brooklyn. He was employed as a truck driver and was scheduled to deliver a truck to the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area in June 2000.
On June 17th, 2000, James found himself stuck in the mud near Rochester, Minnesota. The police helped him get back on the rode and gave him directions to Milwaukee. James never arrived in Milwaukee and was last seen walking away from this vehicle near Interstate 90 and Interstate 43 in Beloit, Wisconsin.
James’ work vehicle was a 2000 GMC dump truck with ‘Vulcan Basement Waterproofing’ imprinted on it's side. The dump truck was found abandoned on Millington Road at approximately 11:45am.
James was employed at the trucking company for 10 years prior to his disappearance, and his normal job was to maintain the shipping yard for the trucking company.
James’ boss states that James was anxious to make the delivery to Milwaukee. No one has seen or heard from James since June 17th, 2000.
Authorities believe that James used his credit cards shortly after last being seen in Wisconsin at a Conoco gas station in Albert Lee, Minnesota. He also used the card in Champaign, Illinois and Des Moines, Iowa since he left from New York.
James is an African American male, 6’0”, and 160-170 pounds. He has partially gray or gray hair and brown eyes. He may have a mustache, beard, or a goatee. James has a scar on the upper left side of his chest.
He was last seen wearing a blue and white velour shirt, jeans, and black boots. He also wears eyeglasses.
James was 72 years old when he went missing. He would be 93 years old today.
Any leads or information should be directed to:
Beloit Police Department
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