Alan Douglas Livingston, 25, of Rainbow City, Etowah County, Alabama, United States is missing. He is originally from Ohio, USA.
Both Livingston and his father are employees of Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, which was founded in Akron, Ohio on August 29, 1898. In 1981, Livingston was transferred to a tire plant in Gadsden, Etowah County.
On April 13, 1983, Livingston visited a friend at the Forest River Apartments in Gadsden. He was seen driving a brown 1980 Ford Bronco.
After that day, Livingston missed several days at work, which was something that was out of character for him. On April 16, 1983, a friend and co-worker reported him missing.
Anyone with information about Alan Douglas Livingston‘s whereabouts is asked to contact the Gadsden Police Department.
The Ford Bronco was originally developed as a compact off-road vehicle using its own chassis. It is a model line of sport utility vehicles manufactured and marketed by Ford, which was founded on June 16, 1903.
Many concerns held the 1978–1979 Ford Bronco out of production. To address these concerns, the 1980 Ford Bronco was designed to adopt a more efficient powertrain and retain its full-size dimensions.