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25 years after dad went missing, family still searching for answers

Family of A.J. Breaux still searching for him 25 years later (Source: Houma Police Dept.) Family of A.J. Breaux still searching for him 25 years later (Source: Houma Police Dept.)
HOUMA, LA (WVUE) -

The family of Adam John "A.J." Breaux is still trying to find their father.  Breaux was last seen on August 28, 1991.

This month marks the 25th year he's been gone. At the time of his disappearance, he was described as 5'11", 145-150 lbs. with dark brown hair and a medium build.

A.J. Breaux would be 75 years old this year. The Houma Police Department says Breaux was last seen in the Houma area with his vehicle. His 1988 Ford Tempo was recovered in the area of Jim Bowie Park.

Anyone who has information on Breaux's whereabouts is asked to call Houma Police Department at 985-873-6371 or the Bayou Region Crime Stoppers at 1-800-743-7433.

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