Search for Missing Myerstown Man Focuses on Schuylkill County
A search continues today for James Cramer, a missing man from Myerstown, Lebanon County.
According to Pennsylvania State Police-Jonestown, the 56-year-old Cramer left his house on July 23 between 7:30 and 8 p.m. He hasn’t been seen since.
If you have information on Cramer’s potential location, please contact PSP-Jonestown at 717-865-2194 and Trooper Michael Tomko.
James Cramer, Lebanon County Man Missing Since July 23
Cramer is described as a white man with green eyes. He’s 6-foot, 1 inch tall with a thin build. He’s got short, gray hair.
PSP-Jonestown reports that Cramer’s wife said he left their house in Myerstown earlier this week but didn’t return.
Cramer’s Car Found in Schuylkill County Near Appalachian Trail
State Police say Cramer’s car was spotted at a parking lot off the Appalachian Trail in Schuylkill County, near Port Clinton. They say it’s along State Route 645. After finding his car, State Police sent troopers, K9 officers and a PSP Aviation Unit out to canvass the area.
This Facebook post from a person claiming to be Cramer’s sister details more of his potential whereabouts and some other personal details.
And this post from an animal rescue shows there’s a deep concern for Cramer’s location and his well-being.