• Volunteers search for missing Okmulgee men

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    TULSA, Okla. - Quick Facts

    • Cody Parrick and Ben Babar have been missing since May 23
    • Parrick's Rocklahoma ticket was scanned at the gate
    • They are believed to be traveling in a silver 2005 Pontiac Montana van with Muscogee Creek Nation tag B8E23

    Two men last seen at Rocklahoma have disappeared. Wednesday morning, family members told FOX23 they will begin their own search efforts in Pryor. 

    Cody Parrick and Ben Babar were last seen Saturday but went missing Saturday evening. The pair were supposed to leave the festival for work Saturday but never showed up.

    Rocklahoma officials verified with the sheriff's office that Parrick's ticket for Rocklahoma was scanned at the gate Friday evening. According tothe Okmulgee County Sheriff, he then received a three day pass to the festival. 

    Before heading to Pryor, police said the men left the Wal-Mart in Okmulgee around 2 p.m. on Friday. 

    Baber and Parrick are believed to be in a silver 2005 Pontiac Montana van with Muscogee Creek Nation tag B8E23. Baber's family said the back passenger tail light is out. 

    Parrick, 20, is a white male, 5'7", 150 lbs, with brown eyes and black hair. He was last seen wearing a grey ball cap, black shirt, and Aviator-style sunglasses. He walks with a limp due to Cerebral Palsy and has a speech impediment. 

    Baber, 20, is a white male, 6'0", 320 lbs, with blue eyes and blonde hair. He was last seen wearing an orange shirt and black pants. 

    The Okmulgee County Sheriff's Office is handling the investigation and is accepting any and all information regarding Parrick and Babar. 

    The Mayes County Sheriff's Office held a debrief on the search for the men Thursday at noon. Volunteers were out at 8 a.m. searching the Rocklahoma grounds as well as nearby creeks and creek beds. No new evidence was found.

    Anyone with information should contact the sheriff's office at 918-756-4311. 

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