By Floyd Miller
Midland Police continue to search for a Midland man who has not been heard from since six weeks ago. Police received a report for a missing person on August 28th. 38-year-old Timothy Dane McCabe left Monday morning, August 27, 2007, in route to his job in Hobbs, New Mexico. On Tuesday, his boss called his fiancé in Midland to ask if he was coming to work. She informed the boss he had left for work on Monday. She then contacted police to make a missing person report. McCabe is described as a white male, 6’2”, and weighing 175 pounds. He has brown hair and blue eyes. He was driving a 1997 Maroon GMC extended cab pickup. McCabe was last seen wearing jeans, a dark colored t-shirt, light brown boots, and a ball cap. He also has a number of tattoos including a tiger, a lion, a shamrock, barbed wire, and a spider web. McCabe was a mechanic with Duke Energy in Hobbs. He lived in Midland with his fiancé and drives home on the weekends. Anyone with information regarding her whereabouts should contact Midland Police at 685.7108 or Crimestoppers at 694.TIPS.
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