LANE COUNTY, Ore. – The Lane County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help finding a missing Oakland man.
The Lane County Sheriff’s Office said Jonathan Moore, 35, was involved in a car crash on Row River Road April 7 in which at least one shot was fired at his vehicle, a 2001 Dodge Dakota.
Authorities found the vehicle empty upon arriving to the scene, and Moore’s phone was found nearby they said.
The second vehicle involved in the crash has also been located, and the investigation is continuing.
Deputies said they believe Moore walked away from the crash but may have been injured, based on the damage to the vehicle.
Moore’s family reported him missing to Sutherlin police on April 10, after not hearing from him since he left to visit a friend in Cottage Grove.
Deputies said he is described as white, 5 feet 8 inches tall and about 165 pounds. He has brown hair and blue eyes. He is known to have a short beard and mustache and sometimes wears an earring in his left ear.
No evidence has been found as to his location.
If you have any information, contact deputies at 541-682-4150, press 1 and refer to Case # 20-2318, or contact the Sutherlin Police Department at 541-459-2211 and refer to Case #20-360.