Private investigator: Foul play likely in case of missing Texas man

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Updated 12:41 pm, Saturday, March 25, 2017

A private investigator says foul play may be the reason a man went missing from a small Texas Panhandle town five months ago.

Phillip R. Klein, who was hired by the family of 18-year-old Thomas Brown of Canadian, Texas, told KAMR-TV that four months of interviews and investigation led to the conclusion that Brown did not leave the area on his own.

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Brown was last seen in Hemphill County on Nov. 23, 2016. His SUV, but not his wallet and keys, was found inside the vehicle days later just inside the Canadian city limits.

Thomas BrownMissing since: Nov. 23From: Hemphill County Sheriff's Office Photo: HemphillCounty Sheriff's Office

Photo: HemphillCounty Sheriff’s Office

Thomas Brown
Missing since: Nov. 23

From: Hemphill County Sheriff’s Office

Klein said someone or several people may have injured Brown the night of his disappearance. 

The Hemphill County Sheriff’s Office said the case is still open, but declined to give any details about their investigation.

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