KINGS MOUNTAIN, Ky (WKYT) - Freda Elmore and Shirley Austin visit their brother’s grave site often. The stone marker was put up at a church cemetery off Ky. 501 when Charles Randolph’s family came to the conclusion the 55 year old man would not be found alive. Yet they still have many questions as to what happened to him.
“We need to know who done it. We need to know how they done it and we need to know where his remains are so we can bring them home and bury them,” said Shirley Austin, Charles Randolph’s sister.
Randolph was last seen October 15, 2009. His sisters believe someone went to his house and did something to him.
“I just know that he was abducted that night. For what reason we don’t know,” said Randolph’s sister, Freda Elmore.
They said they found signs of a struggle in his yard yet his truck and other belongings were left behind. All along police have called it a missing person case.
“We know someone out there did this. Someone out there knows who did this,” said Elmore.
Along with the marker, his family has declared Charles Randolph dead but legally he must still be considered alive.
They can’t sell his trailer or other property and a check in his name is still deposited in his account every month.
“They tell us it will take 7 years (to officially declare him deceased). And mom has his truck that she has to see every day. She can’t do anything. You can’t do anything with this trailer down there,” said Austin.
A $10,000 reward is still available for whoever provides the answers.
“Someone out there knows a lot. And even more than someone, we think there is more than one,” said Elmore.
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