MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - UPDATE: The body of Justin Hasty was found Tuesday, October 30. Brandon Estle, 26, has been arrested and charged with Hasty's murder.
Tuesday, Oct. 30 - Investigators with Mobile Police continued to comb over the home of 25-year-old Justin Hasty Tuesday.
Hasty's parents filed a missing person's report earlier in the week when Hasty did not show up for work.
The investigators, as well as two people from the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences, were on the scene while FOX10's cameras were there. Equipment such as cameras and gloves were seen scattered on Hasty's porch.
Hasty's home is located on Carolina street of Hallett Street in midtown Mobile.
Police are releasing little information at this time, only calling the disappearance suspicious.
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