He's been missing for more than a year now and the family of a Pike County man says they still don't know why he suddenly disappeared.
"It's been a year now and we just wanted some information. We just want to know what happened," said Gina Roberts.
Roberts hasn't seen her father, Glinver Osborne, since he disappeared March 2nd, 2006. Now the family is offering a $5,000 reward for any answers.
"Someone was with him that day and someone knows what happened to him. I really do believe that," she said.
Police say they found Osborne's truck in a parking lot in Coal Run a few days later and his daughter does not think he was alone.
"I think it had to be someone he trusted, someone he knew well because he was big, he was strong, not feeble or sickly," Roberts said.
Roberts says her father was a cautious man and he always worried about his family. She can't bear to say that her dad would never willingly leave her.
"We're offering the $5,000 reward but that's not the value of his life," she said.
The family of Glinver Osborne is offering a $5,000 reward for any information leading to Osborne's whereabouts and the arrest and conviction of anyone who may be involved.
Police could not comment on the case because the investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information is urged to call Kentucky State Police at 1-800-222-5555.