INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - One of the hottest summers in Central Indiana happened in 2010. And on August 25th of that year, Michael Summers vanished.
Police say the 44-year-old was last seen in Fountain Square at Friendly's Bar on August 20. His sister, Wanda Jacobson, says terrible thoughts constantly cross her mind.
"It's been horrible," Jacobson said when asked about the past three years. "I have his picture at work. It is the first thing and last thing I see when I go in."
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police say they receive more than 4,000 missing person casess each year.
Investigators with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department will soon launch a website that hopes to solve dozens of mysteries like the case of Summers. The website will allow people to report information anonymously.
Summers' image is now a growing board of missing people from Central Indiana in the missing persons division. His and other photos will be included in the online database for the public.
Sgt.Paul Scott, who is pushing the project, says the site will also offer suggestions on how to prevent yourself from becoming a target.
Meanwhile, Jacobson says she saw her brother a week before he disappeared at the house he called home on East Lincoln. Jacobson says he was hosting a yard sale, trying to raise money to save the house.
"He had taken over daddy's house. Daddy passed away and the house was in Foreclosure," she said. "He and my sister was trying to stop it. They were selling items to get money to try to keep it. "
Monica Enders has worked the case from the very beginning. She doesn't think the disappearance of the 44-year-old was an accident.
Witness said he was drug down an alley and thrown in in a vacant home. We also have information saying he was drugged down an alley and taken out of the area," Enders said.
Enders also said Summers doesn't have a criminal history. His family says Summers would never go days without calling.
Jacobson says she hopes this new site helps detectives. She said nightly she prays the person responsible for her brother's disappearance stops running from the law.
"Until he is found we have hope," she said. "Someone knows something. How can you live with yourself. and not say anything to anyone? How can you sleep at night?"
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