#MISSING: Kelly Nash, 25 - Buford, GEORGIA

The family has posted Facebook updates on the search for Kelly Nash, the 25-year-old from Buford who has been missing since Monday and has attracted national attention.
Nash was last seen around 4 a.m. on Jan. 5. He was wearing blue plaid pajamas and tan Sperry shoes. He was last seen in the area near Jimmy Dodd and Buford Dam roads.
$10,000 reward has been offered in the case. Read more by clicking on the links below
AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FROM OUR SEARCH COMMAND LEADER: We ask, for your own safety, due to inclement weather that no one be out searching after 5 PM. We will resume our operation at the command center at 9 AM Saturday morning. Again, our command center is located at: 4460 Commerce Drive, Buford, GA, 30518. Thank you all for your time, support, and cooperation. Please continue to pray for Kelly's safe return.
Thank you so much for the outpouring of donations! We are beyond thankful for each and every item that has been brought. At this time, we have all the supplies we need. Please, check for updates. We will post our needs as they arise. Volunteers are our biggest need for tomorrow. Please, dress appropriately for weather and search conditions. Again, thank you!
To stay informed about the search visit the Kelly Nash Facebook page by clicking here.
To make a donation, you also can go to the Kelly Nash Missing Go Fund Me page byclicking here. As of late Friday afternoon, $1,100 had been donated.
Anyone with information on Nash should call 911, GCPD detectives at 770-513-5300, or the search effort at 678-936-2483.
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