EAGLE, Idaho — The Ada County Sheriff's Office and Nampa Police Department are assisting a family asking for help locating a 24-year-old man who is believed to be in danger.
ACSO shared a photo of Jimmy D. Leggett on Twitter on Sunday. Leggett allegedly left his home on June 16 without his wallet, ID or cell phone.
Leggett's family said they have not heard from him since June 14.
Betsy Wells, Leggett's mother, spoke with KTVB on Sunday and gave an emotional plea to find out where her son is.
"I love you, Jimmy and we all do. We all miss you. We are just scared and nervous and we just want to know you are okay. If this is a choice you made that is okay, but we have to know you are okay, we have to know you are safe. Everybody misses you and is worried and loves you so much," she said.
After the original photo was shared by ACSO on Friday, Nampa PD shared additional information about Leggett, stating that he does not have a vehicle and is likely hitchhiking.
Leggett is 6'0" and weighs approximately 170 pounds. His family believes he may be headed to Los Angeles or Portland, according to Nampa PD.
Anyone with additional information regarding Leggett's whereabouts are asked to call Detective Shellie Strolberg at 208-577-3788 or email email@example.com.
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