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Pierce was last seen between 11:30 p.m. on May 18, 2003 and 12:30 a.m. on May 19, leaving his workplace, a Taco Bell fast food restaurant in the vicinity of the 4100 block of Barksdale Boulevard in Bossier City, Louisiana. He drove away from the restaurant alone and has never been heard from again. Pierce's vehicle, a a red 1988 Jeep Commanche pickup truck, disappeared with him and has not been recovered. One of the truck's doors is brownish in color and it has Louisiana license plates numbered W031965. The truck is in poor running condition.

Pierce's family says it uncharacteristic of him to leave without warning; they fear for his safety. His family stated that shortly before he disappeared, Pierce told them his life had been threatened. He resided in Shreveport, Louisiana at the time of his disappearance, and is a 2002 graduate of Parkway High School, where he was a good student. Pierce did not use drugs, alcohol or tobacco in 2003. He enjoys creative writing and at the time of his disappearance, he was saving money to go to college and to purchase a new car. Many of Pierce's relatives live in Tennessee. His case remains unsolved.

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Truck found in Red River traced to four-year-old missing person case

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KTBS Channel 3 News
December 06, 2007

A pickup found in the Red River in Bossier City this afternoon belonged to a young man who has been missing from Bossier City for four years.

The Jeep found in the river near the Arthur Ray Teague Parkway boat launch was the vehicle Christopher Michael Pierce was driving when he disappeared from the Taco Bell where he worked in May 2003.

Bossier City police would not say whether human remains were found in the truck.

Pierce, who was 18 at the time, was last seen on the night of May 18 leaving the Barksdale Boulevard Taco Bell where he worked. He was alone when he drove away from the restaurant in his red Jeep Commanche pickup. That truck was recovered today.

The pickup was found as part of the investigation into the disappearance of a Barksdale Air Force Base airman whose car was found in the same vicinity of the river last month.

A Bossier City Fire Department dive team, acting on a request from Air Force investigators, found the pickup this afternoon about 150 to 200 feet north of where Sgt. Jeffrey Timmons' submerged car was found. It was about 125 feet from the boat launch.

Authorities are not saying what made Air Force investigators want to search the river again. Sonar checks around the site where Timmons' car was found nothing, Natale said.

Last month, a Bossier City Fire Department search and rescue team conducting a training exercise in the river alerted on a submerged car. It belonged to Sgt. Jeffrey Timmons, who had been stationed at Barksdale Air Force Base when he disappeared 10 years ago.

Timmons was considered AWOL but Air Force investigators last week announced they had found human remains in the car. Identification of those remains is pending.

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Grandmother of missing "Christopher 'Michael' Pierce"
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