CNN’s “Nancy Grace” talk show on Monday evening broadcast a photo and other information about missing Little Rock businessman John Glasgow and was planning a segment on the continuing search on Tuesday evening.
Meanwhile, Glasgow’s brother Roger said volunteers from Texas Equusearch have arrived at Petit Jean State Park, which Glasgow’s Volvo SUV was found a week ago. On Monday, the Conway County Sheriff’s Office began reviewing surveillance video from a Morrilton tobacco store, where a man matching John Glasgow’s description bought cigarettes early last week. But Roger Glasgow said the family had not heard any results of that review, and neither Sheriff Mike Smith nor investigator Sonny Stover could be reached for comment Tuesday morning.
Communications Development Inc., a Maumelle advertising agency that works exclusively with transportation clients, was using its contacts in the trucking industry to spread flyers bearing Glasgow's photo around the country. Communications Development is also hosting a Web site, www.findjohnglasgow.com, according to founder Trish Groves, a longtime friend of Melinda and John Glasgow.
Glasgow, 45, has been chief financial officer for CDI Contractors of Little Rock for 12 years. He was last seen leaving home about 5:15 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 28.
More than 60 messages and tributes to John Glasgow and his family have been posted elsewhere on ArkansasBusiness.com.
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