Salem Police are still looking for a man who has been missing for over a year.

According to the Ohio Attorney General's website, 68-year-old Gary Warner is still missing after over a year. He was last seen in Salem on March 30, 2022. His vehicles and dogs have remained at his residence.

Gary (pictured above) is described as a white male standing at approximately six feet tall and weighing about 146 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes.

21 News spoke to Gary's brother, Gregg Warner, who tells us he likes to believe he's safe wherever he is and says the only underlying health condition he has is some seizure activity. No prescription refills for Gary's medication have been made since he went missing.

Gregg tells us he has no reason to believe Gary ran away from home voluntarily stating that he is mentally stable describing him as a retired General Motors worker and a motorcycle enthusiast with close friends.

Despite the uncertainty of Gary's location, Gregg has not given up hope and applauds Salem Police for their efforts in locating him.

"They have been very forefront with us, they keep us posted. Unfortunately the leads they've found have not amounted to anything, but they're not giving up either," Gregg said. 

If you or anyone you know sees Gary or knows of his whereabouts, you can call Salem Police at 330-337-7811.