Crystal Falls, CA — The public’s help is needed to try to find a man who has not been heard from since January – now his family is offering a reward.
34-year-old Troy Galloway left his home he shared with his wife in Crystal Falls on January 13 and has had no contact with his family since then, according to Tuolumne County Sheriff’s officials. A $1000 reward has been posted by his parents for any information leading to the whereabouts of their son. Galloway can be seen in the missing person’s flyer in the upper left-hand image box. He is 6’ tall and 160 pounds with brown hair and eyes.
Galloway is originally from the Santa Cruz area, according to Sgt. Andrea Benson, who reports that the department has received leads regarding sighting of Galloway in the Santa Cruz area. That information has been shared with law enforcement officials there.
An anonymous tip line has been set up by his family. The number is 831-471-7027. The public can also report any leads to the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office at 209-533-5815.
Of note, another missing man reported on in the past is 35-year-old Allen Christopher Martin who disappeared from the Chicken Ranch Casino in Jamestown the evening of February 9. His family has also offered a reward for tips leading to his return. Sgt. Benson updates that there have been no new development in this case.