Scottsdale police say a car belonging to a missing combat veteran from Scottsdale has been found.
Thirty-seven-year-old former Marine Jesse Conger disappeared after leaving a Scottsdale apartment on August 14, 2019.
Conger is known to have PTSD and depression stemming from his time in the Marine Corps. His family said he did three tours of duty overseas.
Police say they found Conger's car, a newer-model silver Toyota Camry with Nevada plates, in San Carlos, Arizona, on Friday.
Bill Pulte, the grandson of William Pulte who was famous for his rapid home construction, says he offered a $30,000 to help find Conger.
NOW $30K DOLLAR REWARD— Bill Pulte (@pulte) August 27, 2019
My wife and I sick to our stomachs about missing Combat Veteran Jesse. We’re now increasing THE REWARD to $30,000 CASH to the person who finds him LEES FERRY, AZ. Find our brother-in-arms! ❤️🇺🇸@fox10PhotoChief @FOX10Phoenix @abc15 @KOLDNews @TaylorNRogers pic.twitter.com/e6JcxSoXGH
There is no word yet if Conger has been found.
Scottsdale Police official Brian Reynolds tells ABC15, "We have no further information to report" at this time.
This is a developing story. Stay with ABC15 News and ABC15.com for updates.