Facebook Page Created For Missing Lexington Man

Reported by: Sara Howard
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Updated: 12/30/2013 5:21 pm
Friends and family of Alex Johnson set up the Facebook page FindAlexJohnson in their ongoing search to find him, hoping it will gain attention.

So far, it's worked. Since going live on Thursday, the page has racked up over 5,000 likes. According to Cayce Johnson, Alex's sister, the site has reached roughly 80,000 people.

32-year-old Alex Johnson has not been heard from since he was at his North Hanover home on December 20th. His last contact was a phone call with his girlfriend, ending their conversation by saying he needed to answer the door.

After he didn't return phone calls to friends and family members and missed work the following day, his loved ones became concerned.

The Lexington police department is involved in the investigation. They have had no updates at this time.

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