Family of missing man issues statement thanking community for support

James Nathan Moore, 28, of Coldspring, is still missing more than a week after he walked away from Flare Energy Services in Monahans in Ward County, Texas. He was last seen between 4 and 5 a.m. on Oct. 6 as he was walking north on Hwy. 18 in Monahans.

At the time of his disappearance, he was wearing a white shirt, black sweatpants and white Nike shoes. He is has three small star tattoos behind his right ear.

So far, searches by law enforcement have turned up no sign of Moore. His family, through their attorney Earl Brown, issued a statement thanking everyone for their compassion, thoughts, prayers and hard work in searching for their son.

“The family would like to thank Flare Energy Services in providing excellent support while working with authorities to find James. The family also want to thank the Ward County Sheriff’s Department and Texas EquuSearch for their dedication and hard work in searching for James,” the statement reads. “During this difficult time, the Cross family has requested privacy since they are focused on finding James. Continued prayers are encouraged for peace and comfort for the family.”

A bank account has been established to help the family with the search for Moore. Anyone who wants to make a monetary donation can go to PayPal, type the name Quinta Moore and follow the directions, or go to Bank of San Jacinto County in Coldspring. Bank personnel will be able to direct the funds to Mr. Von Cross.

If anyone has information about Moore’s disappearance, please call the Ward County Sheriff’s Office at 432-943-6789 or Texas EquuSearch at 281-309-9500.

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