SUFFOLK, Va (WAVY) - Suffolk police are asking for the public's assistance in locating a man who has not been seen since he was involved in an early morning accident on December 15.
Public information officer Debbie George told WAVY.com, police responded to the scene of a single vehicle accident on the morning of December 15 in the 3600 block of Longstreet Lane. When officers arrived on scene they found an overturned vehicle without any occupants.
Police say Solomon Blow, 36, of Suffolk was last seen driving the vehicle.
On Sunday night, Blow's family members reported him missing to Suffolk police. Family members advised police that there had been no contact with Blow since the night before the accident.
"We need to know he is safe, and he's where he wants to be voluntarily, and as soon as police are able to do that, then we can close this report. Until we know he is safe, then it's going to be an active investigation," said George.
All evidence suggests Blow walked away from the accident scene.
"Please just come out. He's putting my mom and my family thorugh a whole lot of stress right now. It's the holidays," said Devon Scott, a friend.
Police are asking anyone who's seen Blow to contact the Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP or Detective C. Balzer at 757-514-7944.
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