Foul play suspected in disappearance of man last seen at gas station; image of person of interest released

Police believe foul play is involved in the disappearance of a Tennessee man who was reported missing on December 17.

Clarksville police said in a Facebook post that Justin Sawyer, 20, was last seen at a Shell station off Exit 89 of Interstate 24 in Oak Grove, Kentucky. Additional details surrounding his disappearance were not made available.

Police released surveillance stills of a man reportedly in the area where Sawyer was last seen. The man is seen wearing all black clothing and black shoes.

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Police also released images of Sawyer’s car, a 2016 white 4-door Honda Civic with Tennessee license plate CPM467. They noted that the vehicle has blacked-out rims and a scuff mark on the right side of the rear bumper.

Sawyer was described as being 5 feet-11-inches tall and weighing about 200 pounds. He was reportedly last seen wearing a denim jacket, a black shirt and pants, and red sneakers.

Anyone with information regarding Justin Sawyer’s disappearance should call Clarksville police Detective Pew at 931-648-0656, ext. 5365, the Tipsline at 931-645-8477, or submit an anonymous tip at

Missing Person Update (Originally Released 12/22/20)

Justin Tyler Sawyer was reported missing from his address in…

Posted by Clarksville Police Department on Wednesday, 23 December 2020

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[Featured image: Justin Sawyer/Clarksville Police Department]