BELCHERTOWN, Mass. (WWLP) - Two years after he was last seen, authorities in Hampshire County are asking again for the public's help to solve the disappearance of Mickey Brougham of Belchertown .
Brougham was last seen in Belchertown on June 25, 2010. His wallet was found two days later outside New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, though his motorcycle and truck were still at his home. Teams have searched for the missing man both in Belchertown and in New Hampshire, but his disappearance remains a mystery. There are no suspects.
The Northwestern District Attorney's office is hoping that someone will be able to come forward with information through their new "text-a-tip" program. Just text PROTECT plus a message to 274637. The sender remains completely anonymous. You can also call (413) 586-5150.
"The investigation into Mickey Brougham's disappearance remains active," District Attorney David Sullivan said in a statement sent to 22News. "We want to solve this case."
Belchertown Police Chief Francis Fox says that they are working very closely with the state police to crack the case.
"I believe someone out there has information that can help solve this case," Fox said.
A $50,000 reward is being offered for information that would lead to solving the disappearance case.
Meanwhile, a blood drive will be held in Brougham's honor at the Masonic Lodge on Main Street in Belchertown on Monday, June 25 from 1:00 P.M. to 6:30 P.M.