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Billboards placed along I-10 in Jacksonville in search of kidnapper

Date: April 27, 2016

Summary:
More than a week after Bryan Williamson was abducted and dropped off about 100 miles from home in Jacksonville, his kidnapper remains on the run.

Body:
More than a week after Bryan Williamson was abducted and dropped off about 100 miles from home in Jacksonville, his kidnapper remains on the run.

Now, digital billboards are visible along I-10 in Jacksonville in hopes for information that leads to the man’s whereabouts. The billboards run to Tallahassee and will be placed on I-75, south of I-10.  

“Someone knows something and we are waiting for that one tip to tie the case together,” said FDLE Special Agent in Charge Mark Perez. “No piece of information is too small; please call the tip line with any information.”

The seven-year-old was abducted in the evening of Apr. 17th while playing outside a home in Madison, FL. He was found a day later on Jacksonville’s Westside after police said he knocked on a door looking for help.

Investigators said the suspect was driving a dark colored or black sedan and is possibly a black or Hispanic male that may be familiar with the area surrounding the Gibson Trailer Park, which is where Bryan was abducted.

A $50,000 reward was offered up by state and federal authorities for information leading to the arrest of the man.

Authorities are asking you to contact the tip line, 1-800-CALL-FBI, if you know any information. 


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