Information sought on missing Baldwin County man

BCSO release
Posted 12/14/17

ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -- The Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office is looking for information regarding a local man who went missing in late May or early June in the Elsanor area.

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Information sought on missing Baldwin County man

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ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -- The Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office is looking for information regarding a local man who went missing in late May or early June in the Elsanor area.

BCSO is requesting help from the community in locating 40-year-old Kyle Aden Levins, according to a release issued Thursday by Lt. Andre Reid with the BCSO Criminal Investigations Division.

“Based on our investigation to date, foul play is suspected in Kyle’s disappearance,” according to the release.

Levins was last seen in the Elsanor area of Baldwin County in late May or early June of 2017. He was last known to be wearing shorts, a white T-shirt and work boots. He is described as a white male, approximately 6 feet tall, 220 pounds, with green eyes and brown hair. His head was normally shaved.

Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Kyle Levins is encouraged to contact the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office at 251-937-0202 (dispatch) or 251-972-8589 (Criminal Investigations Division).