State Police Detectives Seek Public's Help in Continued Search for Missing Oxford Man

Department of Emergency Services &
Public Protection
Connecticut State Police
Public Information Office
Connecticut State Police Patch
Dr. Dora B. Schriro
Colonel Alaric J. Fox
Deputy Commissioner
Division of State Police
July 20, 2017

State Police Detectives Seek Public's Help in Continued Search for Missing Oxford Man

  Southbury, CT. (July 20, 2017): Connecticut State Police Western District Major Crime detectives continue search for Oxford man missing since January 2016.

State Police detectives assigned to Western District Major Crime (WDMC) are seeking the public's assistance in locating a missing Oxford man.

State Police detectives issued a Silver Alert for John "Jack" Fairhurst in January 2016 after he was reported missing by family and friends. WDMC detectives and troopers have been investigating and following leads into the whereabouts of Jack Fairhurst, however his whereabouts remain unknown.

In February 2016 Jack's vehicle was discovered abandoned at the South Norwalk railway commuter lot.

John "Jack" C. Fairhurst was last seen in January 2016 in Southbury, CT. Jack is described as a 55 year old white male, approximately 5'8" to 5'9" tall, 190-200 pounds, with greying hair. Jack was employed by Costco in Brookfield and SB Church Company in Oxford.

Anyone who thinks they may know Jack's whereabouts or who may have any information about John "Jack" C. Fairhurst is asked to please contact State Police Det. George at 203-267-2224 or text TIP711 with any information to 274637. All calls and texts will remain confidential.

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