Day 2 of searching for Leo Paul Massicotte was held yesterday in Manchester. Massicotte was last seen July 3, 2011 when his girlfriend let him out of her car on Skinner Flat Road in Manchester. Over the last 2 days over 50 law enforcement officials have searched for the man and clues concerning his disappearance. The search has been conducted mostly A.E.D.C. property.
The search involved Manchester Police, Manchester Fire Department, Coffee County Rescue Squad members, deputies from Coffee County, Franklin County along with Warren and Cannon Counties. Also involved were Tennessee State Troopers, the THP helicopter, and K-9 units from Louisiana, Florida and North Carolina, Air Force personnel, Air Force OSI, and Air Force Security.
Several rewards have been offered for information leading to Massicotte’s whereabouts but so far the man has not been found.
He was last seen wearing a brown T-shirt, cut-off blue jean shorts and Timberland work boots. He is 6 ft 1” tall, weighs between 180 to 200 lbs. He has hazel eyes and short brown military-style haircut. Massicotte is the father of six children.