Digital Billboard Set Up for Missing Lexington Man

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 1/07 4:47 pm
Along with a recent Facebook page set up by friends and family members, Alex Johnson now has a billboard aiding in the search to find him.

Johnson's family put up the billboard beside Lexington Road in Nicholasville, hoping it will spark drivers' attention.

His family continues to ask for any information that could lead to his discovery.

Alex Johnson was last heard from at his North Hanover Avenue home on December 20, when he ended a phone call with his girlfriend by saying he needed to answer the door.
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