BATON ROUGE, La. – A Walton County woman is praying for a miracle and hoping her husband comes home safe. Baton Rouge police are looking 42-year-old Nathan Millard, who was last seen on February 23.
“I am heartbroken. It’s a nightmare I want to wake up from. This is my worst nightmare,” said Amber Millard.
Millard said Channel 2’s Larry Spruill her worst nightmare is, unfortunately, a reality. Her husband, 42-year-old Nathan Millard, is missing. Millard said he left Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport on Wednesday for a business trip to Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
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“Wednesday night, he and I Facetimed. He was able to get college basketball tickets. He and I Facetimed while he was there and it was at 7:30 Georgia time,” she said.
That was the last time Amber said she spoke to her husband.
“He never returned to his hotel and it’s just an open, missing person’s investigation,” Millard said.
She said Baton Rouge Police are releasing some leads.
“We have transactions where the debit card was used. His phone was located about four blocks from the hotel. He was staying at the Marriott downtown,” Millard said.
Millard said Baton Rouge Police have surveillance footage of someone of a different race using his debit card.
“It shows a man using his card,” Millard said. “That’s all. We’re just stopping by to show more camera footage.”
Millard said the past few days have been difficult for her and her family, especially their daughter.
“He just attended the daddy/daughter dance with his daughter. He is a good father. I know, from one minute, not accepting reality, I turn into a stomach bug,” she said.
For now, she hopes for the best.
“I’m praying for a miracle, that he comes home safe for us,” Millard said.
Millard told Spruill that police are reviewing security video of the area. They are asking anyone with information to call CRIMESTOPPERS at (225) 344-7867.
Millard is 5’9, 180 pounds and was wearing a green ball cap, black shirt and blue jeans.
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