Surveillance video uncovers new details in search for Henry McCabe
FRIDLEY, Minn. (KMSP) - Family and friends of Henry McCabe, the Minnesota Department of Revenue auditor who’s been missing since Labor Day, now believe they’ve been looking for him in the wrong place.
The 32-year-old man from Mounds View was reportedly dropped off by an acquaintance at a SuperAmerica gas station in on Highway 65 and 73rd Ave. in Fridley early in the morning on Sept. 7.
However, new surveillance video shows he was actually dropped off at the Holiday gas station off Central Ave. and Hackman Ave., McCabe’s family announced Saturday.
"In conjunction with police and with the community policing services and team Barway, we are going to search out that new area and hopefully find some resolution to this,” McCabe’s wife Kareen said.
The last pings from McCabe’s cell phone also indicate he may have also been in the vicinity of Creekview Park in New Brighton when he disappeared, according to Mounds View Police.
Police also recently discovered McCabe called not only his wife that night, but his brother and left a voicemail. Although the message is hard to understand, the emotion heard in McCabe’s voice adds to the mystery.
Volunteers have been out searching for McCabe every Saturday for the past couple weeks, but still have no solid clues on his whereabouts.