January 30, 2024
The Winterset (Iowa) Police Department continues to search for Joshua Graham-Caskey in regard to a missing person investigation. We have been able to confirm through law enforcement license plate readers, financial transactions, and business surveillance cameras that Mr. Graham-Caskey has been traveling south through Missouri, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. The last known, confirmed location of Mr. Graham-Caskey was Mena, Arkansas on January 19th, 2024
Efforts to locate Mr. Graham-Caskey through phone records, phone GPS pings, Sirius Satellite Radio, Ford Motor Company GPS, purchase history (beyond 1/19/24), and law enforcement license plate readers (beyond 1/18/24) have been unsuccessful thus far.
Initial involvement with this case began on January 18th, 2024 when an incomplete 911 call was received from Mr. Graham-Caskey’s phone number. As a result of the call, a welfare check was conducted at Mr. Graham-Caskey’s residence but he was not at home. Neighbors reported seeing his vehicle leave the residence prior to officer’s arrival. A “stop and check welfare” order was issued on January 18th, 2024, due to the nature of the 911 call. After several conversations with family and friends, Mr. Graham-Caskey was officially entered into Iowa NCIC as a missing person on January 19th, 2024, due to concerns for his personal safety.
The most recent photos of Mr. Graham-Caskey and his vehicle, a 2004 Ford Taurus (Iowa license plate KNZ677), are included below. The image at the cash register is reportedly the Exxon station in Mena on Jan. 19 at 12:24 p.m.
Anyone with information as to Mr. Graham-Caskey’s whereabout is asked to contact the Winterset Police Department at 515-462-1423. This investigation is not a criminal investigation, and is an effort to locate and ensure the safety of Mr. Graham-Caskey.