Ten years later and still no sign of Brandon Perdue, nor his vehicle. Please read this to help us with this mystery. On 061308 at about 6:30 pm Brandon Perdue, then 18, was home and had been texting with family and friends. Brandon Perdue left his home abruptly, dressed in casual clothing, in his red 1998 Honda Civic (Oregon license XVB-615). He was texting that he was considering harming himself. Brandon Perdue continued to text until his cell phone was deactivated, likely a drained battery. We determined that the last contact with Brandon was a text message received by a friend at about 8:54 pm. There have been no confirmed contacts with family or friends since. Cell phone data was received and analyzed by forensic analysts in June 2008. After evaluating the data we determined that Brandon Perdue, after leaving his home, drove north on Highway 62 to Eagle Point then traveled east, through Eagle Point to Highway 140 continuing east. A cell tower located on Robinson Butte was the last tower to receive cellular activity that we have identified; those calls were documented at 7:46 pm. The Robinson Butte cell site is located just south of Highway 140 between Fish Lake and Lake of the Woods. The vehicle is very important to locate. This vehicle may have already been found and recovered by a private citizen. We ask that wrecking yards, tow companies in the Southern Oregon, Northern California region to check their tow records and check their inventory for the Perdue vehicle. We ask anyone who while hunting, hiking or recreating may have seen or recovered the vehicle please contact Medford Police. Any information should be forwarded to Medford Police, Medford Oregon by phone, e mail or Facebook. Attached photo is an enhanced likeliness of what Brandon Purdue would look like now. The photo of the car is of a similar vehicle.