“My hope is for Brian to see this and say well enough is enough and give us a call or if somebody out there knows of any situation with him, anything to please call,” said Sullivan.
Brian Sullivan disappeared without a trace on July 7th. He was last seen here on at a Burger King on Chili Avenue.
“He was at the Burger King, he made a couple of calls, and left his car and that was it,” said Sullivan.
Several intensive searches by police failed to produce any strong leads as to Sullivan’s whereabouts. Now the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is pitching in. “They made up the flyers for us and they've sent it out to a few places they keep us informed of who they sent it out to,” said Sullivan.
“This is a special case because Brian is nineteen so the Monroe County Sheriffs Department asked us to get involved. We're more than happy to do that,” said Melissa Swald Camman of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
On Sunday friends and family gathered to pray and show their support. Meantime, Barbara Sullivan says she won't stop searching until her son comes home. “I have to keep going, He's my son and I miss him. I have to know what has happened to him,” said Sullivan.
If you have any information about Brian Sullivan's whereabouts you're asked to call the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. The number is 1-800-843-5678.