Family, friends offer reward for information on missing Dunlap man
It's been more than a year since a Dunlap man went missing.
Matthew Tyler Henry went missing on April 15, 2018.
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Family and friends have raised the reward money for information to $2500 in order to get closure from this difficult time.
They created a Facebook paged called "Justice for Matt Henry" after his disappearance to see if anyone in the area knows what happened to their son.
The Dunlap Police Department suspects foul play in Henry's death. They have a list of suspects in mind, but they need help from the public.
The family is now offering the reward for any sort of information leading to the person or people responsible.
Officials say they have met with more than 200 people concerning Matthew’s disappearance and have interviewed 50 people.
The TBI, FBI, and Sequatchie County Sheriff's Office have provided aid in the search.
Detectives with the Dunlap Police Department tell Channel 3, Henry has connections throughout the Tennessee Valley, including Chattanooga.
Detectives believe any sort of information about the case will put an end to this family's nightmare.
The family made the following Facebook post on Friday afternoon:
“Another holiday has passed without Matt...without answers...without closure. Please, if you have any information....contact the Dunlap Police Department. It is time to do the right thing."
The Dunlap Police Department says the family has been active in the search.
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