At the end of June, family members say Tyler North was driving from Leslie County back to his home in Harlan County. He never returned home. Since then, the family has looked all over both counties for him.
Now, the family is offering a reward for anyone who can bring North home.
“We are not going to ask questions. Anyone can call in,” said North’s sister, Michelle Brock.
North was last seen driving from Leslie County back to his home in Harlan County. The truck he was in was found burned a week after he went missing.
“It was hard. You almost don’t believe it, the condition it was found in,” said Brock.
The truck remains the only sign of North.
“We have been searching non-stop and combing the area,” said Brock.
The reward is set at $2,000 and the family hopes to raise more.
“Friends, family, and anonymous donations have come in,” said Brock.
Brock said she just wants her brother home.
“If they know where he is at or if they want to get out and search we will pay the reward, no questions asked,” said Brock.