WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTl) — Twenty-three years ago this week, A Wichita Falls man disappeared leaving family, friends, and investigators wondering whatever happened to 20- year-old Keith Mann.
Police said he was last seen on the night of May 10, 1997, at Fountaingate Apartments when his friends dropped him off at home.
But, his car was found near his parent’s home several miles away.
Over the last two decades, investigators have conducted dozens of interviews, numerous searches and even polygraph tests but still no solid information has been uncovered.
“When you have a case of this age, sometimes there’s been a lot of work that’s been done, but finding the records and where it’s documented at can be challenging at times to make sure that nothing has been missed and everything has been done,” Officer with the Crimes Against Persons Unit John Laughlin said. “You have to go back over and put all of the previous work in order.”
The Wichita Falls Crime Stoppers Board is offering a $10,000 reward in this case but there are exceptions.
“There doesn’t have to be an arrest made in this case. They just want to come forward with Keith’s location, Crime Stoppers Coordinator Brain Bohn said. “Naturally, we would love to assume that Keith is alive and well, but in case something might have happened to Keith, he’s not, if someone knows that. They know where he’s at if they could come forward.”
If a tip leads to the location of and positive DNA results for Keith Mann, you could earn $10,000. You never have to give your name when giving a tip. Just call Crime Stoppers at 940-322-9888.