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Search continues for Georgia man missing from Talladega Superspeedway

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Choccolocco Creek in Talladega County is one of many areas being swept for traces of Nicholas Bower. Choccolocco Creek in Talladega County is one of many areas being swept for traces of Nicholas Bower.
TALLADEGA COUNTY, AL -

Days after last being seen at the Talladega Superspeedway, the search for 28-year-old Nicholas Bower continues.

Talladega Sheriff Jimmy Kilgore said his office is searching the area with ATVs, boats and aircrafts. In addition to exploring his bank cards, financial accounts and cell phone records.

Authorities searched Choccolocco Creek, which near the race track. 

Bower's sister Bridget Chambers says deputies have cleared all waterways and her brother was not found there Thursday.

The 28-year-old's family and his girlfriend, Jennifer Boesch, was the last person to see him at their campsite, Wednesday during a press conference they all pleaded for the public's help to find Nick.

"We're grasping at straws. We have no information. He disappeared without a trace and it not a characteristic of him at all," Chambers said.

"If anybody has any lead any information anything please, please come forward," Boesch said.

The FBI and Alabama Bureau of Investigations are also assisting in the search for Bower, who was last seen around 11 p.m. Saturday camping in the South Park area of the Talladega Superspeedway.

People in Lincoln say they've never heard of anyone disappearing from race track.

"A lot of good people are around here. Get out and look for him and search him. And maybe they'll find something," said Chase Stephens.  

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