Alan White vanished three weeks ago on October 22
A KPMG executive, 55, has been missing for three weeks after doing a morning workout at an LA fitness branch in uptown Dallas before being last seen on surveillance footage filling his car with gas.
Alan White vanished back on October 22 when he went to work out at LA Fitness on Haskell Avenue at around 5 a.m., reported WFAA.
He was captured on surveillance footage leaving the gym at about 5:38 a.m. and was then seen around 20 minutes later on video at the Race Trac at Inwood and Maple filling his black Porsche Macan White with gas.
He has not been seen since. Dallas Police found his car one week later in southeast Oak Cliff, near Bonnie View Road and Simpson Stuart Road, but there was no sign of White.
White’s distraught mom and his partner of 18 years have said there was no reason why he would disappear and are offering a $15,000 reward for information as to his whereabouts.
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Rusty Jenkins, White’s partner, said he grew concerned when he didn’t return home from the gym. Pictured together
Rusty Jenkins, White’s partner, said he grew concerned when he didn’t return home from the gym.
‘When he wasn’t home at 6:15, I thought it was odd. When he wasn’t home at 6:30, I knew something was wrong. When he wasn’t home by 6:45, I was panicking,’ Jenkins told WFAA.
Jenkins said he started searching for him along the route between the gym and their home and called local hospitals fearing he had been in an accident.
Alan White (right) with his mother Maralu Craven (center). The KPMG executive, 55, has been missing for three weeks after doing a morning workout at an LA fitness branch in uptown Dallas before being last seen on surveillance footage filling his car with gas
‘I got in the car at 7, drove the route back and forth trying to find him. Trying to find evidence of a wreck somewhere,’ he said.
‘I was calling the hospitals trying to find out if there was an unidentified John Doe in any of the hospitals, because I didn’t know if he had his ID with him or not.’
White had been scheduled to dial in to a work conference call from home at 7:30 a.m. but failed to appear.
Jenkins filed a missing person report with Dallas Police at around 11 a.m. that day.
One week later, on October 29, police located White’s missing car in south Dallas.
His mom Maralu Craven told WFAA she won’t give up hope that they will find him.
‘I’m not going to give up hope at all. Until they tell me that he’s gone. Somebody has to know something,’ Craven said.
Alan White was last seen on surveillance footage at the Race Trac at Inwood and Maple (above) filling his black Porsche Macan White with gas
Dallas Police found his car one week later in southeast Oak Cliff, near Bonnie View Road and Simpson Stuart Road, but there was no sign of White
‘Somebody has to know something.’
She begged that, if anyone is holding him, they let him go.
‘I don’t understand this. I don’t understand this at all. And if somebody’s got him and he’s hurt, bring him to us. We’ll take care of him,’ she said.
‘Because you evidently want money, you don’t want his car, so why are you holding him, if you are holding him?’
White’s family is pleading for anyone with information to come forward.
They put forward a $10,000 reward and then increased it to $15,000 for any information that leads to his whereabouts.
White is 5 foot 11 and 160 pounds. He was wearing a light gray tank top and dark gym shorts.
According to White’s LinkedIn profile, he has worked at KPMG since February 2020 as a managing director in the CIO Advisory practice in Dallas.
The LA Fitness White visited the morning he vanished. White’s family are offering a $15,000 reward for information as to his whereabouts
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