OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — The family of a man who's been missing since 2016 spoke out on Thursday.
It comes as OSBI offers a new reward for help finding his whereabouts.
Special agents and family members were at OSBI headquarters asking for the public's help. They're looking for Bill Lange, who would be 63. And now OSBI and the family are offering a reward.
Known by friends and family as "Wild" Bill, Lange has been missing for nearly three years. He was last seen in Caddo County in March of 2016. His car was found abandoned on I-40. A $5,000 reward is being offered by OSBI for information on this case.
"Anytime you run into a bunch of dead ends it does get frustrating but it only takes one. No matter how small of a lead that person may think they have that may be the one to break the case," said Nicholas Rizzi, OSBI Special Agent.
The family of Lange is also offering an additional reward of $2,500 for information. Today, Lange's daughter pleaded for information on her father's whereabouts, saying she suspects foul play.
"Cigarettes on the dash he not going anywhere without his cigarettes I immediately knew either something took place quick or it was just strange to me that his cigarettes were still in the vehicle the keys were still in the vehicle," said Savanna Morris, daughter of Bill Lange.
Morris says her dad would do anything for anybody and would never hurt a soul. She says prayers and faith have gotten her through this difficult time.
"I have two little boys and my dad meant the world to me and he meant the world to my kids, but they see the heartbreak that I go through every day it's hard," said Morris.
If you have any information you can call OSBI's toll-free tipline anonymously at: 1-800-522-8017. Or send them an email at: Tips@OSBI.OK.GOV.
The family also says yo can message them on the facebook page "Bring Bill Lange Home"