WALKER, Iowa (KCRG) - Nearly three weeks after disappearing from the Cedar Rapids-area, the family of a missing Walker man continue to ask for the public's help to locate Chris Bagley.
Bagley, 31, left his home on December 13th. His wife said Bagley told her he would be back after a bit. He then took off with a person she didn't really know-- leaving his truck and wallet behind. He was last seen on December 14th in the Cedar Rapids-area. Investigators are not saying who spotted him.
"I don't know if we know what's happened at this point," Linn County Sheriff Brian Gardner said in an interview last month. "We have been following up on several leads-- tips that have been phoned into us. We have been re-interviewing some people as well. Right now, we're considering this a missing person's case."
In the time Bagley has been missing, he's made no phone calls to family, sent no messages, and left behind few clues as to where he may have gone. Loved ones are worried sick.
"Just starting to get frustrated really, really bad," Chris' father Stewart Bagley said.
Bagley's dad had said $25,000 would be given to anyone that would "deliver Christopher to my door before January 1, 2019 or can personally take me to Christopher's location." The family said the reward is still available, despite the deadline passing.
"This is cash," Stewart Bagley said. "There's no loopholes. No nothing. You bring him to my house-- you tell me where I can go pick him up, you message me when I have him-- I'll give you the cash."
Bagley has brown hair. He is five feet, 11 inches tall and weighs about 185 pounds. If you have any information or see Bagley, contact the Linn County Sheriff's Office.