Police: No new leads in search for missing Charleston man who disappeared in Georgia

Police: No new leads in search for missing Charleston man who disappeared in Georgia
Timothy Jaskiewicz (Photo Source: Courtney Jaskiewicz)
Timothy Jaskiewicz (Photo Source: Courtney Jaskiewicz)
Timothy Jaskiewicz (Photo Source: Courtney Jaskiewicz)
Timothy Jaskiewicz (Photo Source: Courtney Jaskiewicz)

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Police in Richmond Hill, Georgia, say they have no new leads in their search for a Charleston man who vanished there earlier this month.

Timothy Jaskiewicz, 51, was visiting his best friend in Georgia when he disappeared without a trace, according to his family. He has not been heard from since Feb. 16.

Police say they have not received any new tips and have conducted additional searches in the area, but have not found any sign of Jaskiewicz.

The missing husband and father of three was living with his wife in Apollo Beach, Florida, but had relocated temporarily to the Charleston area when he made the trip to Georgia, his family says.

His wife said he disappeared from his best friend's house.

Anyone with information on Timothy Jaskiewicz's whereabouts should call Richmond Hill Police Det. Linton at (912) 756-2863.

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