BELCHERTOWN (AP) — The family of a missing western Massachusetts man is still looking for answers on the second anniversary of his disappearance and continues to urge anyone with information to come forward.
Michael “Mickey” Brougham was last seen by a relative on June 25, 2010, in his hometown of Belchertown. His cell phone and wallet were found two days later at New Hampshire International Speedway in Loudon. It’s not clear if he went to the racetrack because there are no surveillance cameras.
Brougham’s family and Belchertown police believe some people in the Belchertown area know what happened to him and they’re urging them to step forward.
The family is also holding a blood drive in Brougham’s name at the Masonic Lodge in Belchertown on Monday, the second anniversary of his disappearance.
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