GARLAND COUNTY, Ark.-A Garland County family praying for answers and closure after their loved one disappeared one year ago.
The family Danijel Jaskovic, 42, started looking for him last April after not hearing from him.
His truck was found vandalized in Montgomery County a few days later.
Danijel’s wife, Monica says they think about him every day. He was a father, brother and person who loved making people smile.
Now the family is holding on to memories and pictures, hoping someone comes forward with information.
“He was a loving father and a very funny guy. He had a great sense of humor. He was a hard-working man,” Jaskovic said.
Photos are all that’s left for Monica and her family.
“It’s been a year since Danijel went missing and there is still nothing no answers no him,” Jaskovic said.
Danijel Jaskovic disappeared in April of 2018 in Garland County.
“I spoke with him on the 22nd at 9 p.m. and at 4 a.m., his phone was off. A few days later his truck was found in Montgomery County, it was beaten and tore up. Maybe a week later his cell phone was found,” Jaskovic said.
His wife, Monica, says 365 days later, there are still no answers from the Garland County Sherrif’s Office.
“It’s been a roller coaster of emotions. It’s been lots of tears, lots of prayers and lots of what’s happened…where is he at,” Jaskovic said.
“We have nothing and I just feel wish they could do something more,” Jaskovic said.
It’s something his three children just can’t understand.
“They miss him they cry for him, we pray for him every night, they just want some answers,” Jaskovic said.
The family says they’re holding on to faith and hoping someone knows something.
“It would mean everything. I mean it would mean some closure for us. Give him what he deserves,” Jaskovic said.
The family is offering a $5,000 reward for any information.
If you know where Danijel may be, give authorities a call.