Georgia man reported missing in Michigan

Published On: Jan 02 2014 09:06:23 AM EST   Updated On: Jan 02 2014 09:06:41 AM EST

Police are looking for a Georgia man who got off a bus in Michigan last month but hasn't been heard from since.

Southfield police said James Wesley Johnson boarded a Greyhound bus in Augusta, Ga., on Dec. 13 bound for Southfield.

Police haven't said what Johnson planned on doing in Michigan.

He arrived at the Greyhound station in Detroit on Dec. 14, but never made it to Southfield.

Police said they think Johnson is somewhere in Oakland County. They have released two pictures of Johnson, one with a beard and one without a beard.

Anyone with information on Johnson's whereabouts is asked to call the Columbia County Sheriff's at 706-541-2800.


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