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Search continues for missing Owosso man

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The desperate search for a missing man continues, as no one has seen 30-year-old Aaron Idle since the end of last month.

Search teams and family members are out looking for him, but so far nothing's turned up.

Idle's family is still clinging to hope.

WNEM found a search team that isn't stopping until they find him, and we talked to Idle's parents, who just want some answers.

It's been an exhausting and emotional week and a half for Erik Mitts, and every day after work he changes clothes, puts on his boots and joins the search. But so far nothing has turned up.

Idle disappeared on March 23. He left home, heading to a Speedway gas station a quarter of a mile away. No one has heard from him since.

His parents, Pam and Alan Idle, say their son would sneak away in the past, but would always call them after a day or two and let them know he was OK. Now they're fearing the worst.

Officials with the Shiawassee County sheriff's department tell us what they've found so far, and that makes them think that Aaron Idle's life could be in jeopardy.

His parents believe somebody knows something, and they want those answers. Until Aaron Idle is found, many people aren't giving up hope.

Another search is planned for this Saturday at 9 a.m. Volunteers will meet in Mccurdy Park in Corunna, where teams will be split into groups and continue the search.

If you have any information, call the Shiawassee County sheriff at 989-743-3411.

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