Family of missing Indiana man seeks community’s help to find him
By Erica Morse
Victims News Online
Published 5:30 p.m., April 24, 2023
(NORTHWEST INDIANA) — The family of a missing Indiana man is seeking the public’s help in locating him.
Adamm Wesley Green, 38, was last heard from on April 8, 2023, and was believed to be in either LaPorte or South Bend, Indiana. He did not speak with his family the following day, which was Easter, leading to concerns regarding his whereabouts.
Adamm struggles with substance abuse issues; as a result, he has experienced homelessness for the past four years, often staying with friends. He is known to frequent LaPorte, Michigan City, and South Bend. Adamm is originally from Alabama and may be attempting to hitch a ride down south.
A missing person’s report has been made with the LaPorte County, Indiana, Sheriff’s Office. Area hospitals and clinics, shelter systems and morgues have also been made aware of Adamm’s disappearance. If he is in a facility, Adamm is encouraged to notify his family or law enforcement that he is safe and unharmed.
Adamm Green is 5 ft 9 inches tall, weighing 140 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair. He has an Alabama “A” tattoo on his right arm and very large “jump wings” tattoo on his back.
If you have information related to the disappearance of Adamm Green, please call the LaPorte County Sheriff’s Department at (219) 326-7700. If you would prefer not to speak with police for any reason, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org with your tip. You may remain anonymous.
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