LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- It's been 5 years and still no word on what happened to CDI executive John Glasgow.
Leads have come and gone, but no definite word on what happened to the CFO, who left for work one morning to never return. His vehicle was found parked outside Petit Jean Mountain entrance.
In 2011 there was a possible breakthrough. A twice convicted felon, up for parole, claimed to obtain clues about Glasgow's disappearance and know where he was buried.
Jonathan Brawner said he had been recruited by "thugs from Malvern" to whom he owed money to help bury Glasgow in a bean field near England in Lonoke County.
No immunity or plea bargains were offered to Brawner in connection with the Glasgow case
Numerous searches lead to nothing. Two-years ago, his wife had him declared legally dead.
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