Just recently, a 22-year-old man who was missing in Georgia was found by Tennessee police but has disappeared again. Authorities of the Tennessee Highway patrol located a vehicle parked on the side of the road a little after 3 p.m. near DeKalb County.
The man in question is Vincent Rossetti, who was still in the car. Authorities called for an ambulance to ensure the safety of Rossetti, and took him to Highland Medical Center in Sparta. Rossetti’s car was also driven to the hospital.
Rossetti received treatment and was quickly released from Highland Medical Center before his family could arrive to get him, according to a press statement.
It was at this point that the White County Sheriff’s Department posted a BOLO (be on the lookout) for Rossetti.
Roughly nine hours later, Rossetti’s vehicle was located at Sligo Marina in Smithville, roughly 25 miles from the hospital that he was treated at. Although his car was found, there was no trace of Rossetti.
The next morning, the Tennessee Highway Police and DeKalb County Rescue Squad carried out ground searches and checked along the sides of the lake.
There is still no lead on Rossetti’s whereabouts, but authorities stated that searching for him is a high priority.
“We filed a missing person report through the sheriff’s office here in DeKalb County because of his vehicle being found in the Sligo Parking lot,” the sheriff noted in a press release. “We are not sure if Mr. Rossetti is in the water or not. We have entered Rossetti into the NCIC (National Crime Information Center) as missing. Agencies have searched the banks and water by foot, boat, and air with no luck finding him. The weather has been the enemy last night and today. It has been very cold on everyone.”
According to authorities, Rossetti was wearing a blueish green jacket, jeans, and glasses. He is 6 feet 2 inches, 180 pounds with blonde hair, blue eyes, and wearing glasses.
If Rossetti has been seen or if anyone knows his location, quickly contact DeKalb Central Dispatch 615-215-3000