Snyder man missing since 2014 may be in Lubbock area - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Snyder man missing since 2014 may be in Lubbock area

MISSING: David Emerson Jr. (Source: Bring Our Missing Home) MISSING: David Emerson Jr. (Source: Bring Our Missing Home)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

A 38-year-old man from Snyder who was reported missing December 24, 2014 may be in the Lubbock area, according to the group Bring Our Missing Home.

David "Dee" Emerson is 5'10" and 16-170 lbs. He has a tattoo which says "Dee" on his right shoulder and a scar on his right cheek.

He may be wearing corrective glasses or sunglasses.

If anyone has information leading to David’s location, please contact Detective Mike Counts at the Snyder Police Department 325-573-2061, or contact Bring our Missing Home, Inc. Tip line at: (810) 294-4858.

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