An EMT worker in Aurora, Indiana is missing and prosecutors are asking questions about something else that's missing.
Prosecutors filed court papers asking for bank records of missing EMT worker, Craig Whitham, just two days after he went missing.
Investigators are asking for Whitham's bank records dating back to Jan. 1 to see if he was involved in theft funds at Emergency Rescue Inc., documents show.
Whitham's family told FOX19 NOW that he has worked as an EMT for 20 years, and is currently an employee at Aurora Emergency Rescue.
"We are really worried because he is a responsible, reliable person and this is not like him," Whitham's cousin Angel Adams told fOX19 NOW.
Whitham, 42, has been missing since Monday. His picture has been posted on the Lawrenceburg Police Department's website asking for help in locating him. Family members told FOX19 NOW that Whitham owns a silver SUV.
"We really want to hear from him and know that he is ok," Adams said. "We are concerned for his well being,"
The EMT worker left with only his ID and credit cards. Adams told FOX19 NOW that as far as she has heard from police the credit cards have not been used.
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