Police in North Carolina are looking for a Charlotte man who went missing last week without a trace.
Jason Paul Foster, a 36-year-old employee of Wells Fargo, was last seen around 8:30 a.m. Oct. 14 when he told co-workers he was going to his car to grab a pair of headphones, the Charlotte Observer reported.
Foster, wife, Lauren Black-Foster said there’s been no sign of her husband since that day, according to Charlotte NBC affiliate WCNC. She added that his cell phone is dead and there is “no activity whatsoever on his credit cards or any of his accounts.”
Black-Foster told the television station that her husband has never ran off before.
"He is a good worker, a loving husband and he loves our animals," she said, adding that she and her husband were to celebrate their 11th wedding anniversary next week. She also said Foster does not suffer from any medical conditions.
The missing North Carolina man was described as 6-foot-2, 200 pounds with brown hair and hazel eyes.
Charlotte-Mecklengburg police said Foster was driving a gray four-door 2009 Hyundai Sonata, according to the Observer. The car had a cracked front windshield and an “26.2” sticker was affixed to the back of the vehicle.
Anyone with information on Foster’s disappearance was urged to call Charlotte-Mecklenburg police at 704-336-7495 or dial 911.