BOLEY, Oklahoma – Boley police are investigating a missing person report on Chestian Crowley.
Police Chief Virgil Green said his department was notified Thursday evening that Crowley had a disturbance with his girlfriend and took off walking from the residence located at 102 W. 2nd Street.
His girlfriend became concerned when he did not return overnight. She called police Friday evening and said he was still missing.
Crowley did not show up for work at the Boley Residential Care Home Inc. at 4:00 p.m. Friday and did not phone to say he would not be coming to work.
At this point he hasn't been seen in over 24 hours and has not contacted any family members or friends and police are concerned for his safety.
Prior to living in Boley, Crowley lived in Shawnee, but family there said they had not heard from the man. Family members also said it was unlike Crowley to take off and not call anyone.
Crowley is a certified EMT and has served in the United States Army.
He was last seen walking west from Boley on State Highway 62 headed to towards the town of Paden.
Crowley is a black male, 5'10 and 160 lbs with black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing blue jeans, with a dark blue shirt, a blue jacket and blue and white tennis shoes. Anyone in the area who may have seen a person matching this description walking along State Highway 62 in Okfuskee County should call the Boley Police Department at (918) 667-3700.