Family desperate to find Gravenhurst man missing since Dec. 12
BARRIE, ONT. -- The family of a missing Gravenhurst man still has no answers and is growing increasingly concerned as the holidays come and go.
Police say Justin Evans was last seen on Dec. 12 in the Kilworthy area of Gravenhurst.
The 22-year-old is six feet four inches tall with a slim build, short brown hair and blue eyes.
His family has posted to social media nearly every day since he was reported missing, pleading with people for information.
"I want him found. I want him home. Justin is my only wish for Christmas, for my birthday, or New Years'. I wish he would come home," sister Kristen Evans said.
Evans was last seen wearing a grey winter coat, jeans and camouflage boots.
"Justin's never not had contact with us or gone missing before. We are very concerned about his whereabouts and if he's okay or not because he would never just disappear," Evans added.
The family says Justin left his wallet behind the day he disappeared.
The OPP is working alongside the Muskoka Crime Unit and the Forensic Identification Service to try and find the Gravenhurst man.
"He has no enemies that we've been able to find. He has no high-risk lifestyle factors, and as far as we know, there isn't anyone who would want to cause him any harm," said "Detective and inspector Matt Watson with the OPP Criminal Investigation Branch.
Anyone with information on Evans is encouraged to contact the OPP at 1-888-310-1122 or Crime Stoppers to leave an anonymous tip.