Fundraiser held for missing Albia man on the 37th year of his disappearance
ALBIA, Iowa (KYOU) - Mark Milligan, who is the brother of the Albia man who has been missing for 37 years, has joined with family and friends for a fundraiser, auction, and candlelight vigil.
Milligan says with all the support received he’s hopeful for his brother’s return.
“It seems to me a lot of people are showing their support and keeping things going and keeping things alive. Hopefully, we’ll be able to bring him home before year 38.”
The event took place on the anniversary date of Harry’s disappearance, which started on July 1st, 1984.
He says the reason for the event to raise money for a reward intending for someone to come forward with information.
”Basically what we’re trying to do is raise money for a reward fund or a memorial fund. If it doesn’t get used for a reward fund for people coming forward or somebody coming forward with information, hopefully when we do bring him home and locate him and do all that, then we’ll use that for a memorial fund.”
He adds if you’re interested in donating towards the fund to contact him through the website https://findingharrymilligan.com/donation.
Or if you have information about the case you’d like to share contact the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office.
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