Taylor County Sheriff's deputies are still searching for a Campbellsville man who has been missing for a little more than a month now.
James "Adam" Hogan, 29, was reported missing by his family Thursday, Sept. 2.
Deputy Mark Dickens is investigating.
Hogan is a white male, 5 feet, 11 inches tall and weighs 170 pounds. He has brownish blond hair and tattoos on his upper arms.
Dickens said earlier this month that Hogan was last seen with some friends on Sept. 1. During the early morning hours of Sept. 2, Dickens said, Hogan's mother went to his home and saw he was missing. The clothing he had been wearing the day before was at his home.
Dickens said the sheriff's office doesn't yet know if there is suspicious activity involving his disappearance.
Hogan's father, Jim, says his son's driver's license, wallet, clothing and shoes are accounted for. He says his son had been working at a local Chinese restaurant.
He also said he thanks those who have been thinking of and praying for his family during the past month.
Taylor County Sheriff John Shipp said Friday that his deputies are following up on statements and phone records and conducting polygraph tests. The office has received some information, he said, but at this point doesn't have a clear picture of whether there is foul play surrounding Hogan's disappearance.
Shipp said any information would help deputies.
Anyone with information about Hogan's whereabouts is asked to contact the sheriff's department at 465-4351.