HEADLAND, Ala. (WDHN) — The Henry County Sheriff’s Office visited the last known residence of Aaron Vinson and when they arrived they found the residence to be vacant.

“Checked the property and there was no evidence that anyone had been there in months,” Aaron’s brother Alex Vinson said.

On Friday, a friend of the Vinson family saw a man that looked similar to Aaron outside of the Wiregrass Shrine Club that afternoon.

“Friend messaged me this morning and said she saw an individual kind of fitting the build of my brother and had the same haircut,” Vinson said.

Alex also says that his brother Aaron walks with a limp from a past injury that didn’t correctly heal.

The Vinson family have made a missing flyer and will be posting them around the Wiregrass later in the week.

Aaron was last seen with his father on July 4 and it has been 5 months since any of his family members have seen him since.

He was last seen in Headland. Vinson’s brother does tell WDHN News that Aaron didn’t stay in one place for a long time and would often travel from Headland to Dothan.

“We just want him to come and make sure he is okay. We miss him, just want to see him and talk to him again,” Vinson said.

Aaron is described as 5’7 tall, weighing about 160 pounds.

If you have any helpful information on Aaron Vinson you’re asked to contact the Henry County sheriff’s department at (334)-585-3131.

The family is hoping that once they start posting more fliers this Thursday somebody with any information will contact them.