Gregory Nissley, a 17-year-old Pennsylvanian who vanished from his job at Ace Hardware in Limerick Township almost a month ago, leaves behind a family urgently searching for answers.
Four days after Nissley vanished, his car was discovered abandoned in Prince George’s County, Maryland, raising more questions than answers.
Nissley went missing almost a month ago, and authorities stated that they are still actively searching for the missing individual.
Nissley weighed 120 pounds and stood five feet and eleven inches tall. It was said that he was sporting a red ace.
On the day of his disappearance, he was wearing a black work coat and a hardware shirt. While police continue to look for Gregory Nissley, family members voice concerns
On December 5, Nissley’s cousin posted a depressing update on Facebook, saying they were still searching for any information that may lead to his location.
3 weeks ago I posted about my cousins son Gregory who went missing. 3 weeks later we still have no new news to share with you all. It’s like he vanished off the face of the earth.
The not knowing is eating everyone alive. A lot of people have been asking for updates. Unfortunately we can’t give anyone any at this time. Please continue to pray for our family.
Especially Shawn, Rachael, Erika, & Callie. Hopefully we get some answers soon. I will let you know if anything new comes along. God is good all the time. Even when life is not.
Rachael Nissley, the mother of the missing youngster, stated on Facebook on December 3 that she hadn’t heard from her son since he vanished on November 12.
“It’s been 3 long, frightening weeks with no word from our son or leads on where he might be. We will keep crying out to the God who already knows. Maybe this song will help someone else out there find comfort during a difficult time.”
Gregory Nissley, who resided with his family at 159 Wentworth Circle, attended summer youth camps and worked at Habitat for Humanity projects where he assisted the homeless, according to a relative who was pleading for a Christmas miracle. She continued, saying:
“As family and close friends, we share a strong faith, and we plead with others to help, at least in sharing and spreading the word all over. We need a Christmas miracle for our family.”
The online community came together in support of the family and helped spread the word about Gregory Nissley’s disappearance in response to their grief.
Many more used the comments section to offer their condolences and offer prayers for the teen’s safe return.