Investigators in Medina County, Ohio are stumped on what could have happened to Lafayette Township Trustee Bryon Macron, who was last seen on December 16, 2016.
An employee for Macron reported to work on the morning of December 16th and contacted police when they found Macron’s office unlocked with the lights on. Inside investigators discovered blood and signs of a struggle. His SUV was located several hours later in a parking lot in Chippewa Lake. Blood had been present inside.
Macron is still missing and his family is reaching out to the public for help. The news has sent shockwaves around Medina County and the FBI has stepped in to assist in the case. Victoria Macron, Byron’s wife, has released the following statement:
“My family and I would like to thank the investigators working to bring Bryon home and those who are keeping our family in their thoughts and prayers. The local authorities and the FBI are doing all they can, but we need the public’s help. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Medina County Sheriff’s Department and Sgt. Kevin Ross of the detective bureau at 330-725-9116.”
Bryon was last seen at a holiday party in Brunswick on December 15, before going to the movies with fellow Trustee Mike Costello. Macron then drove home for the night. The following morning, Victoria watched as her husband left for work, not knowing that it was possibly the last time he would be seen alive.
The Macron family are putting their faith into law enforcement and the FBI tasked with this case. Police are hoping that Bryon will be found alive and that they can reunite him with his family.