CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — A middle Tennessee family spent their holidays searching for a missing teen. 19-year-old Zach Marsh has been missing since Friday, December 20.
"We spend every Christmas together," said Sarah Alford, Marsh's mom.
Alford tells us Marsh and his roommates got into an argument on Friday evening and asked him to leave their Clarksville apartment. Supposedly Marsh told them he was going to go to a pawn shop to sell his gun to get money for rent. His roommates were worried after 24 hours passed and they didn't hear from him.
His car was found abandoned in Montgomery County on Jarrell Ridge Road, at the dead end next to the Cumberland River.
"We found his car so then we started walking up the bank, calling his name but never got a response," said Alford, "I just want to know if he is okay."
Marsh's glasses and vape pen were also found on the ground, and his brown jacket was hanging on a tree.
"He has never disappeared before," said Alford.
Marsh is 6’1 and 130 pounds with short brown hair and green eyes.
If you see him, give 911 a call.