Levi Frady was last seen in Forsyth County on October 22, 1997. The next day, his body was found.

There are still no leads for the Georgia Bureau of Investigation in the case of the missing and k*illed 11-year-old boy.

Here’s what investigators know about that day 25 years ago.

Who was Levi Frady?

LeviFrady.com, a website set up to continue the search for his body and disappearance, says that Levi Frady would be 36 years old today.

The Forsyth County News from 1997 said that he went to North Forsyth Middle School.

Levi Frady disappearance

A police report from Georgia says Levi Frady was last seen on Little Mill Road in Forsyth County on October 22, 1997.

Investigators from the GBI said Levi’s mother and sister told them he was missing the day before his body was found. Police were told that he was at a friend’s house and that he usually rode his bike home.

His family found his bike on Forsyth County’s Little Mill Road, not far from his house. Levi was not to be found.

Investigators say that day was the first day that rifles could be used to hunt deer in Dawson Forest.

Where was Levi Frady’s body found?

Levi Frady’s body was found in the Dawson Forest Wildlife Management Area in Dawson County.

‘Witnesses’ in Levi Frady investigation

Law enforcement have shared two sketches of men, who investigators call “witnesses.”

Levi Frady Witness 1

Around 6:30 p.m. on the day Levi went missing, someone was seen walking down Little Mill Road. He had a “scruffy” gray beard and a blue, faded baseball cap. Investigators think he was in his late 50s at the time. He walked with his shoulders hunched.

Levi Frady Witness 2

In the Dawson Forest, the second possible witness was seen. He was between 45 and 55 years old and had never shaved. He was “slim” and about 6 feet tall. His hair was white or gray. His truck was a blue Toyota pick-up truck from 1980 to 1985 with a white camper shell on top of the bed. It had two-wheel drive.

Police haven’t said if they think the men in the sketches have anything to do with Levi Frady’s de*ath or disappearance.

Levi’s Call

Police in Georgia set up “Levi’s Call” as a safety measure after the boy’s de*ath.

A Levi’s Call is an alert for kids who have been taken, and an Amber Alert is Georgia’s name for it.

Call the GBI office in Cleveland at 706-348-4866 or the GBI Tip Line at 1-800-597-TIPS if you know anything about Levi Frady’s de*ath or the people in the sketches.

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