Harrison County, OHIO (WTRF)-It’s been over 4 years, and the disappearance of a Jefferson County man, Shawn Antill, still remains a mystery.
But the family isn’t losing all hope.
“I can’t describe the frustrations, the pain, the night terrors, the cold sweats. I call it terrorism because I feel like these people are terrorizing my family.”Julie Scott, Shawn’s Aunt
The Antill family isn’t giving up 4 years later… at least not until the truth comes out.
It all dates back to December 23rd, 2017: the last time Shawn Antill was seen. He was only 24 at the time, and to this day, his Aunt Julie Scott still can recall her last memory of him.
“I had pulled over to get a pack of cigarettes. Shawn came running up to my car, and he just jumped over amd gave me the biggest hug. He said ‘Aunt Julie, what’s going on?’ That was my last memory of Shawn, but it was a good one.”Julie Scott, Shawn’s Aunt
But on the day Shawn disappeared, he allegedly was last seen by another man in Harrison County around the Uhrichsville area. According to reports, Shawn’s Netspend card was used the very day he disappeared and the day before.
Meanwhile, the family continues searching to bring Shawn Home, and they haven’t been alone in this.
“Just thank you to everyone helping along the journey. I appreciate you all. Shawn’s very loved, very missed. His babies need to have closure”Julie Scott, Shawn’s Aunt
Shawn’s family has looked for any leads in the area he reportedly disappeared, kept up with his Facebook group #BringShawnHome, and they’ve also stayed in touch with a Harrison County detective.
Planes, divers, horses, dogs, ATVs & boats have all also been used in Shawns search over the last 3 1/2 years
But there’s still a lot of unanswered questions years later, and the family is asking you to call your local law enforcement if you have any information on Shawn’s whereabouts.
Shawn’s 5’2″, 130 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes. Shawn would be 27 now.
The family says they aren’t going anywhere until they find him and find the truth