Thomas Brown investigators release statement concerning police activity on Lake Marvin Road

Thomas Brown
On Sunday, the Thomas Brown disappearance investigative team released a statement concerning the current police activity on Lake Marvin Road near Canadian.

"The investigative team at KIC Texas has received numerous media and public calls regarding police activity on Lake Marvin Road over the past days.

"We can confirm police activity. However, we want to warn the public regarding rumors and innuendo as it pertains to the Tom Brown Case. The Attorney General's Office is the lead agency in the case.

"If there is any statement to be made they will make it at the proper time.

"At this time we have no information to give to the media or the public. We want to urge you that rumors and innuendo hurt family members and give a false sense of hope to the public.

"As we have said from the beginning if you recreate or own property on Lake Marvin Road and surrounding areas please keep your eyes open and report everything to your local law enforcement agency. If you are uncomfortable with that you can call or contact our offices," KIC Texas said in a Facebook post..

Brown is an 18 year old male missing from the Texas Panhandle town of Canadian, Texas. Brown was last seen on Wednesday evening November 23, 2016, at 11:40 p.m. at a gas station inside the town of Canadian, Texas. He was wearing a black pull over with a Oklahoma State University logo displayed on the right upper chest area as well as jeans and tennis shoes.

Brown was a former football player for his high school and is the student class president of Canadian High School. Investigators  have possibly determined that Brown may have either been taken against his will or agreed to travel with another party and may possibly be in danger.

Further investigators believe that Brown could have left on his own - however in the days since his disappearance he has made no effort to contact family, he has not used any money in any of his accounts, he has not used any of his social media accounts, credit cards or his cell phone or email.

On the morning of November 24, 2016, Brown's Red Dodge SUV was found by searchers in a remote section of the suburb area of Canadian, Texas. Upon inspect of the SUV it was determined that Brown's Wallet, Keys, Cell Phone and School Computer were missing. Video from a building in the area that the SUV was found shows it arrived in the remote area at 6:50 a.m. on November 24, 2016, however, the person driving could not be identified.

Investigators believe Brown was in the parking lot of the Canadian High School football field in the area of 12:03 a.m. This is a highly traveled area for students that attend Canadian High School.

The search for Brown has been expanded to areas within 40-50 minutes driving from the city of Canadian both east and west. As well investigators are getting more concerned that there is a strong possibility that a person or person's may have either taken Brown against his will or he agreed to go with a person not expecting there would be trouble.

Investigators are still examining evidence which could indicate that Brown left the area on his own. However, as the days go by that theory is becoming less of a possibility, as Brown has not used any money he had saved, any credit card that he had, or his cell phone or computer.

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