UPDATE: According to the Gosnell Police Department, Josh "was found this morning, in a residential area in a yard in Mountain Home, Arkansas.
A search operation is underway for Josh Wilson, a 21-year-old Arkansas Northeastern College student who was last seen Sunday morning in the area near Blytheville and Gosnell in Arkansas.
Wilson is 5-foot-8 and weighs about 160 pounds. He is said to drive a royal blue colored 2003 model Ford Mustang with an Arkansas license plate number of 545 MEL. The Mustang has a primer grey fender on the driver's side front.
The college student was reported missing by his parents on Monday.
Wilson was last seen at around 8:30 a.m., at the Gosnell Branch of the Northeast Arkansas Federal Credit Union. Video surveillance obtained shows Wilson at around the time of his disappearance.
Wilson is described as having brownish-blond hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a dark grey hoodie with fur trim around it, navy or black shorts, and a dark colored beanie cap.
Blytheville police said they have no evidence of foul play, however he has no history of disappearing without letting family members know where he is going.
If you have seen Wilson or have seen his Ford Mustang, you are encouraged to call the Blytheville police at 1-870-763-4411 or Gosnell police at 1-870-532-8545.
Gosnell and Blytheville are located 70 miles north of Memphis along the Mississippi River.