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Investigators find missing man's pickup truck burned in one county, cell phone in another

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Investigators find missing man's truck burned in one county, cell phone in another county. (FOX Carolina/ March 7, 2018) Investigators find missing man's truck burned in one county, cell phone in another county. (FOX Carolina/ March 7, 2018)
ANDERSON, SC (FOX Carolina) -

The "not knowing" is tough for Vickie Worth.

"He really is a good man. He really, really is a good person," Worth said.

She wants her brother, Bobby Harvey, back home.

"He would be out trying to do everything that he could for his loved one," Worth said.

So, that's what she, her family, friends and police are doing. 

Investigators with the Greenville County Sheriff's Office found her brother's missing pick up truck on fire just off Holland Ford Road in Pelzer.

"Very, very scary," Janice Eaton said.

She lives just feet away from where investigators found the truck and remembers that Monday morning well.

"My dogs were raising T-total sand," Eaton said. "When they're raising sand like that I normally get up and look."

However, for some reason she didn't get up and look. Investigators are now working with Anderson Police.

"The vehicle was towed and they did identify that truck," Anderson Police Captain Mike Aikens said.

Aikens says the search for Harvey now spans two counties and are also searching the Craytonville area in Anderson County.

"They did find a cell phone. That cell phone last pinged in that area and they went out and did a search and did find that cell phone," Aikens said.

Police are also trying to figure out if someone last saw Bobby Harvey at the All Ride LLC, which is a car lot where he works.

"He tried to help anybody that he could. So, I guess just keep him in your prayers. That's what he would do," Worth said."I'm thankful that everybody you know is coming in and sending prayers and thoughts- and saying so many positive things about him."

Family and friends will gather at the lot Wednesday, March 7, for a candlelight vigil and a message for Harvey.

"We love you, we're not going to stop until we find you," Worth said.

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