New information has a local detective taking a second look at the unsolved mystery of Ronald Brett Kinser, who went into town one night and never returned.
Around midnight on December 23, 1993, 25-year old Kinser was headed into town when he wrecked his car near his Cemetery Road home. When a pair of passerbys pulled over to make sure Kinser was o.k., he thanked them, then ran off into a field and hasn't been seen since.
Police searched the area surrounding the crash, but were never able to come up with any real clues.
Detective Tim Ausbrooks with the Warren County Sheriff's Department says he can't comment on the new information at this time. Only that he has been in close contact with several family members and old friends.
Ausbrooks is hoping an age progressed photo of Kinser, who would now be 37, will help find the missing man if he is still alive.
Anyone who has any information about the disappearance of Brett Kinser, you are urged to call Detective Ausbrooks at (270) 842-1633.
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