If you are afraid of this man, you might need to look into a Domestic Violence Protective Order. If you haven't signed the title over to him, then the vehicle is still yours. I'd see if the sheriff is able to escort you to his home to reclaim your property. If the vehicle isn't there, it might be time to consult a local attorney and figure out what this is worth to you. You could hire a private investigator to track down where this vehicle went, and then use the civil court system to get either your vehicle back or the value of it back, but that might cost you more than the car is worth. Or maybe you can just cut your losses and move on? If he has forged your name on the title and sold it, and you discover that, then that is a matter to report to the police and to your insurance company. I hope you are able to move forward and stay safe.
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