Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Details of Disappearance
On July 7, 2013, Tommy Eastep was last seen at the Best Western in Eufaula after spending the holiday weekend with family. Tommy's Chevy 4x4 was still in the parking lot of the hotel as his parents headed out for a vacation in California. But during the trip they were unable to reach their son. Tommy never returned home to Blanchard, Oklahoma. They reported him missing as soon as they returned to Blanchard.
Months later Tommy's truck was found by hunters, an hour away from Eufaula in rural Hughes County, near Holdenville. Tommy's license, money, keys and debit card were locked inside. There was gas in the tank and the car keys were in the vehicle. His cell phone was not located. Cell phone records indicate that his phone was not used since the day he was last seen. A search of the area where the truck was found came up empty. There were no signs of a struggle or other fingerprints besides Tommy Eastep's in the pickup.
Tommy was going through a divorce and has two children, he worked as an insurance adjuster for State Farm at the time.
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Blanchard Police Department