Jason Metz, left, brother of the missing Michael Anthony Metz, Jonathon Metz, also a brother, Tiffany Metz, sister in law to Michael Anthony Metz, and June McCarthy, mother of Michael and his brothers, holding a photo of Michael on Thursday, Feb. 2, 2012 at the Herald-Leader building in Lexington, Ky.  This family has been hoping to find Michael Anthony Metz and once thought he was the victim inside the "herbie" murder. He was last seen in 2010.  Photo by David Perry | Staff
Jason Metz, left, brother of the missing Michael Anthony Metz, Jonathon Metz, also a brother, Tiffany Metz, sister in law to Michael Anthony Metz, and June McCarthy, mother of Michael and his brothers, holding a photo of Michael on Thursday, Feb. 2, 2012 at the Herald-Leader building in Lexington, Ky. This family has been hoping to find Michael Anthony Metz and once thought he was the victim inside the "herbie" murder. He was last seen in 2010. Photo by David Perry | Staff HERALD-LEADER
Jason Metz, left, brother of the missing Michael Anthony Metz, Jonathon Metz, also a brother, Tiffany Metz, sister in law to Michael Anthony Metz, and June McCarthy, mother of Michael and his brothers, holding a photo of Michael on Thursday, Feb. 2, 2012 at the Herald-Leader building in Lexington, Ky. This family has been hoping to find Michael Anthony Metz and once thought he was the victim inside the "herbie" murder. He was last seen in 2010. Photo by David Perry | Staff HERALD-LEADER

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