EASTON, MA (WBZ-MA) – Police are asking the public’s help in locating an Easton man who disappeared more than a week ago in hopes that someone would recognize the vehicle he was on.
Easton police released a surveillance image of Gregory Glavin, 35, wearing a black leather jacket and riding a maroon moped on his driveway.
The photo was taken on February 17th, the same day he disappeared after leaving a friend’s house in North Attleborough.
They say that Glavin reportedly stopped at a gas station about a mile away from his home, but he never made it home.
Police with K-9 officers searched the area of Wright Farm and Wheaton Farm, not too far away from his home, while a State Police helicopter searched from above.
Environmental Police also searched the area of Watson’s Pond in Taunton, but so far no signs of Glavin nor the moped.
Authorities do not consider his disappearance suspicious.
If anyone has seen Glavin or has any information on his whereabouts, they are asked to call the Easton Police Department at 508-230-3322.
WBZ NewsRadio1030’s Bernice Corpuz reports.