Above Images: Osborne, circa 2006
Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Missing Since: March 2, 2006 from Virgie, Kentucky
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: May 6, 1938
Hair Color: Gray
Medical Conditions: Diabetic; requires daily insulin
AKA: "Glen Osborne"
Details of Disappearance
According to family members Glen is a person who doesn't “take off” without telling someone where he is going. He had moved back to Kentucky from Detroit about 10 years previously and none of his acquaintances in Michigan have had any contact with him. Glen's daughter stated that her father called her sometime after 11 a.m. and told her that he withdrew money from his bank and was going to make a bid on a piece of property at Johns Creek. He had a $20000 cashier's check with him and he probably withdrew a substantial amount of money from his bank account.
Glen Osborne was last seen in the Weddington Plaza in Coal Run in Pike County Kentucky on March 2, 2006. He was reported missing on March 5, 2006. Glen's Ford truck was found abandoned in the Weddington Square Shopping Center parking lot in Coal Run on March 6, 2006. One of his friends claims he picked Osborne up there.
Witness interviews can account for his activities up to his last known whereabouts in the plazabut his activities after this sighting are unknown.
Although Glen is a diabetic foul play has not been ruled out in his disappearance.
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Kentucky State Police - Pikeville Post
Detective Amos Adkins
Kentucky State Police
Appalachian News-Express - June 24, 2007