CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) - The Cabot Police Dept. is asking the public for any information about a man who has been missing since mid-September.
James Clifton Heath's mother reported him missing since Sept. 15th, 2012. She said that Heath, 46, was last seen that day leaving his home at 305 North 5th Street in Cabot, wearing blue jeans a t-shirt.
Ten days later, officers with the Jacksonville Police Dept. located Heath's vehicle and arrested two individuals inside for unrelated charges. Heath was nowhere to be found and the men arrested could not give any information on where they got the vehicle or where Heath was.
Detectives with the Cabot Police Dept. continue looking for any leads on Heath's location. He is described as a white man with blue eyes, short brown hair, standing 5'8" tall, and weight about 180 pounds. Information regarding this case may be left anonymously by calling Sgt. Dwayne Roper at (501) 743-2449 or the Cabot Police Dept. at (501) 843-6526.