SHREVEPORT, La. (KTAL/KMSS) — A reward is now being offered in the search for a Shreveport man who has been missing since March.
The family of 44-year-old Roderick “Rock” McCall is deeply concerned about his welfare and has given money toward the search for their loved one.
“I haven’t been able to sleep, couldn’t eat, you know, just up praying,” said Sharon James, McCall’s aunt. “And I’m not gonna say worrying, because I’m a Christian, I believe in God. But very, very concerned.”
Family members are chipping in to offer a $2500 reward for information that leads to his safe return.
“We don’t have to know who they are, we just gotta see Rock and know that Rock is OK,” said James. “We’re not asking who or whatever, we just want the information and to be able to get our loved one home.”
According to Shreveport Police, McCall was last seen on March 20 near the 2400 block of Virginia Ave, the 2200 block of Marion St., and the 1400 block of Hollywood Ave.
McCall is described as a black male, standing 5’11” tall, weighing 140 lbs. with black hair and brown eyes. He has “scars on his face” and a defect on one of his thumbs.
Investigators said McCall was last seen wearing a burnt orange hoodie with “Unity is the key” written on it, black or blue jeans, and burnt orange shoes. He is also known to be in the Linwood/Desoto area and LSU Ochsner Hospital.
The family said so far, SPD hasn’t received any leads.
“I’ve always prayed, I’ll be like, ‘Lord, I haven’t heard from Rock, let him call me,’ and he always called me,” said his sister Tomika McCall. “I prayed him up all the time. But, this time, he’s not calling.”
“He’s been gone too long,” said Tremell Gibson, his father. “We should’ve heard from him by now.”
Anyone who has seen McCall or knows where he may be is urged to contact Det. Roquemore at (318) 673-7020 or (318)- 673-7300.