Sheriff's Office Seeks Missing North Carolina Man Last Seen On Rossville Boulevard

Friday, December 28, 2012
Corey Patrick Olsen
Corey Patrick Olsen

The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office in Murphy, N.C., has requested the assistance from the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division in locating a missing person. 

Corey Patrick Olsen left Murphy on Nov. 28, and his family has not heard from him since. Mr. Olsen was seen in the 3600 block of Rossville Boulevard around 3 p.m. on Nov. 28.

Family members stated that Mr. Olsen often visits friends in the Chattanooga area but this was unlike him not to make contact with his family, causing them to be concerned for his safety.

Mr. Olsen has been entered in NCIC by Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office as a missing person.

He is described as a white male, 34, 6’-0” tall, 200 pounds, with hazel eyes and brown hair. 

Mr. Olsen was last seen driving his 2004 gold Acura with dark-tinted window. His tag number is BCL 8802 NC. The Acura has a Young Harris College Parking Sticker in the car window.

Anyone who has seen or has information on the whereabouts of Mr. Olsen or his 2004 gold Acura should contact Detective David Sowder with the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division at 423 209-8940.

2004 Acura
2004 Acura

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