LITTLE ROCK, Ark. --A Sherwood man searching for his missing mother 30 years after she went missing. "You can say my mother was a very loving mother," says David Clark. It's been 30 years since David Clark's mother - Patsy - vanished. "Of course we got a lot of missing persons flyers."
Clark says his dad was the last person to see her alive at their mobile home park in Little Rock back in 1986. "He reported that she left the home and got into a taxi cab and that's all the information I had to go on," Clark says.
He hasn't heard or seen her since. "She traveled, and if she did travel, she always communicated where she was at," says Clark. Clark's father died a year after his moms disappearance but Clark believes he may have been involved in Patsy Clark's disappearance."My main suspect in the case and I am man enough to tell you today, is my father, I hate that it is this way, but it is," says Clark.
As a child, Clark says he would often see his mom being physically abused by his dad."If there was one thing in that home it was domestic violence, it was lots of it," says Clark.
More than three decades later, Clark hasn't given up hope. "I have her final resting place that I purchased for her or she can stay here," says Clark.
Now, he's spending everyday looking at pictures, praying she's still out there, waiting to be found."I don't have proof that shes not alive, but after 30 years, you just wonder," says Clark.
To contact David Clark, with any information, visit his website.
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