A $30-thousand reward is now being offered by family members for information that leads to criminal charges and a conviction in the mysterious disappearance and death of 28-year old Alfred Wright in Sabine County back in November.
According to a reward flyer, amid rumors, unusual circumstances and conflicting details, the Wright family still has no answer to what really happened to Alfred Wright on the night of Nov. 7.
Wright pulled into the CL&M grocery along State Hwy. 87 in Hemphill. When his truck broke down he made a call to his wife at 6:05 p.m. The store clerk is the last known person to have seen Wright alive.
Despite a ground and air search was conducted by authorities, his body was found by family members some 25 yards from where he disappeared three weeks later.
Anyone with any information about the events that led up to Wright's death is urged to call Chuck Foreman, the private investigator hired by the Wright family's attorneys, at (512) 644-9856.