Reward increased for information regarding missing Lafayette Township trustee Bryon Macron

Posted at 12:24 PM, Feb 11, 2017

Crime Stoppers has increased the reward for information that may resolve the mysterious disappearance of a missing Medina County township trustee. 

Bryon Macon went missing under unusual circumstances in December.

Police responding to the township building at the time said they found Macron's office in disarray. Detective Jim Cartwright said it look as if there had been a fight there.

Investigators later confirmed his blood was found in his office and in his car. 

Co-workers said they last saw Macron, who is 45, at a social function on Dec. 15.

Police found Bryon Macron's car in a Beachside Boulevard parking lot in Chippewa Lake the next day. 

The reward has increased to up to $5,000. 

Tipsters can call Crime Stoppers at 216-252-7463 or the Medina County Sheriff's Department at 330-725-6631.

Macron is a father of three who served in the U.S. Marines and has been a trustee since 2010 in the township of about 5,000 people.