Tennessee<br>John Thrasher</br>

Today marks 8-years since Johnathan ”John” Thrasher went missing.

Age At time of disappearance: 21-years-old

HT/WT: 6’0”/6’1” – 180 pounds

Hair/Eyes: Brown, Brown

Distinguishing Characteristics: Medium complexion.
 Tattoo of “Thrasher” written in Old English on inside right forearm,
 tattoo of a 1″ wide “rope” with a “knot” around left bicep, tattoo
 across back of neck, tattoo of an unusual design with the initials
 “JT” in the center across lower back.
 Clothing: White t-shirt with a logo on it and blue jeans.

August 14th marks a sad anniversary. John Matthew Thrasher, an Overton County (Tennessee) resident, was last seen at the Putnam county fair on August 14th 2004. John was picked up at his Cookeville, Tenn. house by someone his dad didn’t know. He said good night to his dad and never came home.
 Witnesses say they saw John the following day in the area of the Putnam County fairgrounds. He has not been seen since.

John is one of many missing persons in Tennessee.
 Cases like Thrashers echo that it seems the media tends to reflect more heavily on the missing, fair haired, blue eyed, college students. It can be quite frustrating for the family members of the missing. Every missing person is equally important, especially to those who knew and loved them.

John’s family, like countless others, have worked hard to keep the case in the public eye. They have posted a $2,500 reward for any information that leads to John’s whereabouts.

For more infomation on John Thrasher and his disappearance, please click link provided –  www.JohnMatthewThrasher.com


Investigating Agency
 If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
 Livingston Police Department
 (931) 823-5635 or (931) 823-6496