Authorities this week discovered a spent shotgun hull, a nearly full pack of cigarettes and a series of tracks in the area where they have been searching for Barry Harmon, a 36-year-old Drew County man who has been missing since January 6. Authorities believe the items belong to Harmon.
The Drew County Sheriff’s Office, State Police, Arkansas Game & Fish, Drew County Office of Emergency Services and individuals from Drew and Lincoln counties have been searching for Harmon since he went missing.
Harmon, of the Coleman area, was last seen on January 6 at 1 p.m. when he reportedly went into a wooded area behind his parents’ residence with a shotgun to hunt, according to Lt. Tim Nichols, a criminal investigator with the Drew County Sheriff’s Office.
“No one has seen him or heard from him since,” Nichols said.
Harmon is described as a white male with red hair and approximately 5-feet, 10-inches tall. Anyone with information about Harmon’s whereabouts is asked to contact Drew County Sheriff’s office 870-367-6211.
Pictured below is Drew County Sheriff Mark Gober searching for Harmon.