Charleston Deputies continue search for missing man

Charleston Deputies continue search for missing man
Mark Scott
Mark Stephen Scott (Source: Charleston Co. Sheriff's Office)
Mark Stephen Scott (Source: Charleston Co. Sheriff's Office)
Scott was last heard from on June 1. (Source: Charleston Co. Sheriff's Office)
Scott was last heard from on June 1. (Source: Charleston Co. Sheriff's Office)

JAMES ISLAND, SC (WCSC) - The family of a missing man is waiting for word on their loved one nearly a month after he vanished.

Mark Scott, 52, was last seen on May 31 and was last heard from on June 1, according to Charleston County Sheriff's Capt. Roger Antonio.

He went missing from the 300 block of Howle Avenue, deputies say.

Deputies say he texted an acquaintance to let her know his dog and vehicle were at an address in the 2200 block of South Dallerton Circle in West Ashley.

His wallet was also left at the home, deputies say.

It's not clear how he left the area.

He was last known to be wearing a gray shirt, khaki shorts and brown "crocks." He is 5-foot-8 and weighs 170 pounds.

Scott has previously lived in West Ashley, Goose Creek and James Island.

Antonio says deputies have not received any further leads in the case.

Anyone who knows of his whereabouts to call the Charleston County Sheriff's Office at 843-743-7200 or Detective M. Wilson at 843-529-6203. They can also email Wilson at mwilson@charlestoncounty.org.

Antonio says Scott's family is worried about his wellbeing.

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