WATERTOWN, Tenn. - The family of a Watertown man who went missing on Wednesday are trying to remain hopeful, but they are starting to fear the worst may have happened to him.
"We want to get the word out as many places we can, we're going to try everything we can think of. We know he needs us and we're going to try and find him," explained Jim Riemens on Tuesday.
Jim drove down to Tennessee on Monday with his two sisters. They made the drive after learning their brother, 60-year-old David Riemens, had gone missing.
"We had to come down and see if we could help," he added.
David is a stone mason by trade, and friends believe he was meeting a local contractor about a job on Wednesday. The two were apparently driving to a construction site together, but no one has heard from David since Wednesday, and his Ford pickup truck is still sitting at the Dollar General in Watertown.
"We're driving around, we're looking but it's not enough," his sister Janet added.
Police don't believe David's disappearance is suspicious, but his friends think he may have gotten into a car accident somewhere.
Anyone with information that could help find David is asked to call Watertown Police at 615-237-3224.