A family announced that they are offering $10,000 as a reward for the person who can lead them to find their missing 28-year-old son named Kevin Graves.
The Graves family had been handing out fliers and created a Facebook page to increase the odds of finding Kevin.
On July 8th, the family got in touch with FOX 17 to reveal that they are offering ten thousand bucks for the person who can give them information that could help them locate Kevin.
Kevin was last seen on July 1st, and the family had not heard from him since.
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Gary Graves, Kevin’s father, told the news outlet that the missing man was with his girlfriend, Kaela, at the Electric Forest music festival in Michigan on the evening of July 1st.
At the time, Gary said the couple got into an argument.
He said to FOX 17 “It was just a stupid argument. He was jealous or something. Somebody was talking to her or something, boyfriend-girlfriend stuff.”
The fliers revealed that Kevin said he was heading back to his tent but was not there later on.
According to Kaela, her boyfriend was not acting like himself at the time and just went off.
Gary said Kaela didn’t know what he did or where he went.
On July 5th Gary and Kevin’s brother, Tim, headed to a Marathon gas station located in Muskegon after they received two tips that Kevin was spotted there on July 3rd.
The staff had been watching the surveillance footage to check if Kevin had been to the store or not, according to Gary.
According to the Facebook post, Kevin is six feet tall and weighs 185 pounds. He has blue eyes and sandy blonde hair with a light complexion and a “USMC” tattoo on his left shoulder.
Gary expressed that his only wish is for his son to know that he can come home. He said they all love him and that nobody was mad at him.
“It’s heartbreaking. I’m just tore up [sic]. He’s my baby. I just want him to come home. That’s all I want. I know his mother does, too. She’s worried sick. If there’s something anybody can do we’d appreciate it,” said Gary.