The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is turning to the public for help in a key piece of evidence in a missing man’s case.
Jesus Mancilla-Velez disappeared on Sept. 5 after leaving his home in Warner Robbins.
His 2015 black Chevrolet Tahoe was found later that day on a dirt road in neighboring Crawford County.
Inside the SUV was a “Day & Night Color CMOS Camera.” The camera has beige paint on the side of it. One red and one yellow connector cable and appears to have been unplugged.
Agents believe Mancilla-Velez did not disappear willingly and aren’t sure of his whereabouts.
If anyone is familiar with this camera or is missing this type of camera from their home or business since September 4, 2020, please contact the GBI Tip Line at 1-800-597-8477.
Investigators need help identifying a video camera found in Jesus Mancilla-Velez’s vehicle following his disappearance. His abandoned vehicle was found on 9/5/20 on a dirt road in Crawford County. If anyone is familiar w/ this camera, contact the GBI Tip Line at 1-800-597-8477. pic.twitter.com/IQxQl0B1uu
— GA Bureau of Investigation (@GBI_GA) September 30, 2020