PEORIA — A year after a Glasford man went missing from his home, the Peoria County Sheriff's Department announced that CrimeStoppers is offering up to $2,500 to anyone who can help with the whereabouts of Marc Bohanan.
His daughter hopes that will spur someone, anyone, to offer some sense of what happened last April. Last year, on April 26, Bohanan, 60, possibly left his home with another person and has not been seen since.
The last time Natalee Roseboom saw her father was the morning he disappeared. They had planned to get together a couple of days later on her birthday, she said.
There's no way he could have walked off, she said, as he required the use of cane. And he didn't drive. And besides, he wasn't the type who would have just vanished, the daughter said.
Roseboom said her father had a mission in Glasford: to help others with their criminal and drug issues.
She's started a Facebook group, Missing Marc Bohanan #BringBackBoh, to draw awareness to her father, noting that even Thursday, a year after he was reported missing, she heard some people say they didn't know he was missing.
Peoria County Sheriff Brian Asbell said his office is requesting anyone with information to come forward.
"We have done numerous interviews, polygraph exams and searches but still have not received the information that has assisted with finding Bohanan," he said. "All leads thus far have resulted in negative results. That's why we are asking for the public's help once again. Hoping someone will come forward with credible information which will assist this investigation.
"We want to bring closure to Bo's family," Asbell said.
The family and the sheriff's department are asking for help, and CrimeStoppers will pay for information leading to a felony arrest in this case. You can remain anonymous and call CrimeStoppers at (309) 673-9000 or the Peoria County Sheriff’s Office at (309) 697-7822.