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TX JOHN TERRY: Missing from Hillsboro, TX - 17 October 2014 - Age 30

Discussion in 'Missing 2010 to 2014' started by Kimster, Mar 6, 2017.

  1. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member


    Thirty year-old John Christopher Terry was last seen in Hillsboro, Texas on October 17th 2014. John was wearing a navy blue Dallas Cowboys ball cap with “D” in white embroidery, black t-shirt with “Gene’s Auto Service” on front and back, blue jeans and tan work boots. John has a full beard, and a vertical scar length of right ear. He has a tribal dragon tattoo on the back of neck to his left arm, and the numbers “1984” tattooed across the top of the chest near his front collar bone. If you have seen John Christopher Terry since his disappearance, if you know of his current whereabouts or if you have any information concerning his disappearance; please contact the Hill County Sheriff’s Office at (254) 582-5313 – or call Texas EquuSearch at (281) 309-9500.


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  2. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    02/21/17 UPDATE: The Hill County Sheriff’s Department has requested that Texas EquuSearch resume their search for 30 year old John Terry in Hillsboro, Texas. The search will begin at 8:00 A.M. on Saturday – February 25, 2017, and if needed; will continue on Sunday February 26, 2017. We will be in need of searchers on foot and ATV’s. The search staging area will be at the Gulf gas station, located at 1221 N. Pecan St. in Abbott, Texas 76621. Note: Hillsboro/Abbott, Texas is about a three hour drive from Houston, Texas. Any Texas EquuSearch members planning to participate in this search, please contact, Search Coordinator Jack Boggess at (713) 826-3869 by February 23, 2017.

    1/17/17 UPDATE: The Hill County Sheriff’s Department and the Texas Rangers have requested the help of the Texas EquuSearch team to search for 30 year-old John Terry. The search will begin at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday – January 21st 2017, and if needed, will continue on Sunday – January 22nd 2017. We will be in need of searchers on foot and ATVs. If you plan to attend the search; your Search Coordinator will be Jack Boggess, and he can be reached at (713) 826-3869. He can answer your questions regarding food, lodging and transportation.

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  3. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    HILLSBORO, Texas (KWTX) Texas EquuSearch is set to rejoin the effort to find a Central Texas man who’s been missing since October 2014.

    John Terry, 30, was last seen just after 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 17, 2014 as he drove away from the Walmart in Hillsboro, police said.

    The next day his 2014 Jeep Compass was found abandoned on Hill County Road 2346 near Abbott, some 25 miles from his home.

    The volunteer group says its search will begin at 8 a.m. Saturday and will continue if needed on Sunday.

    The staging area for team members is the Gulf station at 1221 North Pecan St. in Abbott.

    The group searched in January as well, at the request for the Hill County Sheriff’s Office and the Texas Rangers.

    On Feb. 3, a $10,000 reward was offered for information that leads to Terry.

    Family and friends raised the $10,000 in hopes of renewing interest in the disappearance.

    Police say Terry was last seen wearing a black T-shirt, blue jeans, tan work boots and a blue Dallas Cowboys ball cap featuring a “D” in white embroidery.

    Terry is 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighs approximately 180 pounds.

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  5. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Agencies offer $10k for information on John Terry, missing since Oct. 17, 2014

    The Hill County Sheriff’s Office along with the assistance of the Texas Rangers is now offering a $10,000 reward for any information leading to the arrest/conviction of the person(s) responsible for the disappearance of John Christopher Terry, 30, of Hillsboro, who went missing Oct. 17, 2014.

    The Texas EquuSearch Mounted Search and Recovery Team volunteers began to search for Terry Jan. 21, 2017 on foot and ATV’s, per the request from the Texas Rangers and the HCSO. The team spent the next month searching for him around the Hillsboro and Abbot cities. Nor Terry or his remains were ever found and the active search came to a halt.

    Terry was last seen alive four years ago and the case remains an open and active homicide investigation being conducted by the HCSO. Those who have any information about this case is asked to call Crime Scene Investigator April Stoll at 254-582-5313 extension 226 or the HCSO at 254-582-5313 or the Texas EquuSearch at 281-309-9500.



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