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"Safety regulators look into complaints of steering problems in the twenty eighteen and twenty nineteen models you're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station KTAR news. the story of this missing marine from the valley has really got me disturb very sad I'm hoping for the best here but I'll be honest we've been around enough Jamie heard enough of these stories when somebody goes missing like this it's usually something bad behind it and you get this here is a family searching for lance corporal Joe Wallace he's twenty years old last seen at a friend's house in surprise that was between eight thirty and nine. his mother Stacey says she was told by investigators their son's phone was last paying on Monday night in Arizona but he was on his way back to camp Pendleton after some leave here in the valley which included a a short camping trip. here's where it gets really disturbing so he's heading west he's supposed to be heading west to camp Pendleton. a border patrol cameras spotted his truck the next morning traveling eastbound on I. ten near fort Handcock Texas that's south east of el Paso and surprise police say they took a report they've turned it over to the naval criminal investigative service so and see I guess not just a TV show they're real they say they're working to locate lance corporal Wallace and bring them home safely and they put out his description in case anybody seen him six three he's six foot three inches tall about two hundred five pounds brown hair green eyes and it let's just put it this way he looks like what you'd imagine a marine to look like you know clean cut all American kid and that he was driving a great smile with a picture of a Muppet KTAR dot com yeah it and I I really think it's worth a look I I think it's our obligation to take a look at this because you know he he's was willing to step up and protect our country and the fact that this guy passed over several scholarship offers got it got into several colleges and and decided to skip that to get into the marines he was recently promoted excited to get back to camp Pendleton this a guy who loves being a marine that tells me he's not a deserter he's the that not a deserter right so and the food but the fact that his pick up truck lasting traveling the complete opposite direction we're talking three states away from were supposed to be. that's a huge concern he even probably taken against his will or even worse I don't want to speculate in case the family's listening but I really hope I'm wrong here but they there's too many signs here to to think that something bad hasn't happened we just hope he's still alive and they're able to find him and bring this guy home and let him get back to his beloved marine corps is whatever I mean what an amazing person to just say you know what I think it's more important serve my country than serve my own personal interests and."