Eric Lee Franks – March 21, 2011* – Saginaw, MI

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Missing:   Eric Lee Franks

Case: Missing

Nickname: None

Missing From: Saginaw, Michigan

Missing Date: March 21, 2011*

 Race: White     Sex: Male

Age at Time Missing: 38 years

Height:  6’1″

Weight: 175 lbs.

Hair Color: Black, shorter length (not past chin)

Eye Color: Brown

Piercings:  Both ears pierced.

Unique Characteristics:  Full dentures. Left big toe partially amputated. Vitiligo

Other: He was wearing a titanium ring the last time his family saw him.

Police Agency: Michighan State Police, Det. Sgt. Gary Thomas at 989-495-5560 or local police. Tip Line: 989-495-5557

Case Number: 31-495-13           NamUs MP #: 17348

Circumstance: 
Eric got in touch with an old girlfriend who informed him that he had a 15 year-old child. He went to Saginaw, MI to meet and get-to-know his child. He was there for about 5 months He was staying in Miller’s Motel in Bridgeport Township and he paid a week’s rent on March 14th and stayed a couple of nights. His former girlfriend went alone to the motel on the 20th and 21st and removed his things from his room according to the motel owner. She gave different stories to Eric’s family and authorites. Michigan police are using her story as his missing date. The last phone contact Eric’s family/friends had was March 10, 2011.* His 2001 Bronze mist Chevy Malibu with Ohio tag # EMH4092 is also missing.

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