Arkansas law enforcement authorities are asking the public for help in locating a man missing from Little Rock since Monday morning.
John W.Glasgow, 45 years-old, was last seen at his Little Rock home at 5:15 a.m. Monday.
His vehicle was located Tuesday afternoon at Mathers Lodge on Petit Jean Mountain in Conway County. The State Police, Conway Country Sheriff's Department, Arkansas Park Rangers, Pope County Sheriff's Department and Arkansas Game and Fish Wildlife Officers have been conducting a search of the area since Tuesday afternoon.
He is the chief financial officer of CDI Contractors of Little Rock.
Agencies from all over Arkansas are again searching for Glasgow around Petit Jean State Park and Mather Lodge. Police dogs and helicopters have been called to help with the search.
Here is a statement from William Clark, Chairman and CEO of CDI Contractors, LCC.
"As reported in the media, John Glasgow, our chief financial officer, has been missing since Monday. John has been a trusted member of the CDI family for more than 17 years and our CFO for more than 12. We have been and will continue to assist law enforcement in their search for John. We remain hopeful he will be safely located.
"In his absence, his duties have been carried out by other members of our accounting department, and I am taking an active role overseeing the effort. All of us at CDI continue to pray for his safe return and for his wife, Melinda. We also extend our sincere gratitude to the many state and local agencies, law enforcement officials and volunteers for their continued help in locating John."
If anyone has seen John Glasgow, since Monday, please contact Conway County Sheriff Department 1-501-354-2411.