Perry Matheson was 51 years old when he went missing from his home in Barre, Vermont, and although more than two decades have passed, his whereabouts are still unknown.
On the morning of Sept. 3, 1993, Perry left his home in a 1989 Toyota Corolla and never returned. That’s when his brother, George Matheson, contacted the Orange County Sheriff’s Department and reported Perry missing.
According to NamUs, George lived with Perry in Washington County. He told officials that his brother had recently become upset after learning about their mother’s illness.
Sometime after Perry’s disappearance, his vehicle was found abandoned at the White Mountain National Forest and Kankangamus Highway in Albany, New Hampshire.
It appeared the vehicle had been set on fire.
Police officials searched surrounding areas in an effort to locate Perry but were unsuccessful.
Perry, whose middle name is Grant, would be in his 70s if he were to be found alive. He is a Caucasian man who was 5’11” and weighed 186 pounds at the time of his disappearance.
He also had brown hair and blue eyes, and it was reported that he had scars on his hands.
Anyone with information regarding the disappearance of Perry Matheson is encouraged to contact the Vermont State Police Middlesex office at (802) 229-9191 or submit a tip online.
Anonymous tips can be sent via text message by texting “VTIPS” to 274637 (CRIMES).