SWINK, Oklahoma -- It has been 34 years since anyone has seen Ronnie Odell Davis in Choctaw County.
The 24-year-old lived with his father near Swink.
Since August 24, 1977, Choctaw County authorities have run numerous leads, but say the case remains unsolved.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says they suspect foul play and are treating it as a homicide.
The Davis family is posting a $2,500 reward for the person who helps direct Davis' family to his remains. The family has a special page on Facebook, titled, "Find Ronnie Odell Davis."
The OSBI is offering a separate reward of up to $2,500 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or person responsible for Davis' death.
Davis is 6'2", 180 pounds, with red hair and false teeth. One of his front teeth was either silver or gold. When he was last seen, Davis was wearing blue denim jeans, a blue denim shirt, and a gold watch.
His pickup truck is also missing. It is a 1975 Ford XLT ¾ ton, white over royal blue in color, with an Oklahoma license tag of 440-699.
The OSBI says locating the truck could help investigators find Davis' remains.