Baldwin County Sheriff’s deputies need your help finding a missing man: 40-year-old Kyle Levins. No one has heard from him since the summer, and foul play is suspected. He was last seen in Elsanor. Investigators are calling his disappearance…suspicious.
It’s been several months since friends and family have seen Levins. His friend and pastor, Milton Turney, says Levins is a loving father and hard worker, but may have been mixed up with the wrong crowd.
“He had some friends who were rough so, yea, we’re really scared for him.”
Like investigators, the family is hoping someone can help, even after all this time.
“We really love him, and we hope that everything is OK but it’s just not like him to be missing this long without talking to his sister, or his family, or someone…When there’s this much time to lapse with no answers, it’s hard, it’s really scary,” says Turney.
Investigators say Levins went missing at the end of May or early June. He was last seen at a home in Elsanor near County Road 87 and Highway 90.
Lt. Andre Reid with the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division says there’s reason to believe that Levins may be dead.
“The circumstances in which he went missing, he was last seen at a residence in Baldwin County, we have evidence that he may have been assaulted the last time he was seen, and no one has heard from him since and that’s what leads to our concern.”
After running down leads, talking to many witnesses and potential suspects, investigators are hoping the public can now help solve this mystery.
“If you can imagine a puzzle, we have most of the pieces to this puzzle, we just need like maybe one or two, and we know that there are people out there who have that,” says Reid.
Reid says they are at a good point in the investigation to ask the public for more information.
The Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office released this description of Levins:
“Kyle was last known to be wearing shorts, a white t-shirt and work boots. Kyle is described as a white male, approximately 6’00” tall, 220 pounds, with green eyes and brown hair. His head was normally shaved.”
Investigators say Levins has several young children. He is from the Robertsdale/Loxley area.
If you know anything about Levins disappearance, call the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office at at 251-937-0202 (dispatch) or 251-972-8589 (Criminal Investigations Division).
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