POINT PLEASANT — The Point Pleasant Police Department said Wednesday a man who worked in the Point Pleasant area has been reported as missing by coworkers after he failed to show for work.
According to Point Pleasant Police Chief Joe Veith, Marcus Elliot Fields, 47, called coworkers at 8 a.m. Monday by phone and told them he was traveling to Huntingon to pick up work supplies. He never returned for work. When he did not show Tuesday, those who knew him became more concerned.
Point Pleasant police have called local hospitals and other police departments to see if Fields may have been located. So far, nothing has turned up Fields’ location.
According to a social media profile of Fields, he is from Gallipolis. According to Point Pleasant police, Fields drives a 2000 maroon Monte Carlo Chevrolet. He is black male that is six feet and two inches tall. He weights approximately 260 pounds. He is often bald and seen with a goatee. Fields has officially been labeled as a missing person after a customary 48-hour time period.
Police said Fields potentially has a medical condition that may prevent him from being able to contact family or coworkers.
Those with information about Fields are asked to contact their local law enforcement office or the Point Pleasant Police Department.
Dean Wright can be reached at (740) 446-2342, Ext. 2103.