Jesus Campos was hailed as a hero and credited with saving lives during the Las Vegas mass shooting. Now, it appears as if Campos is gone from the public eye.

Campos is a security guard at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino from which Stephen Paddock opened fire on a crowded country music festival earlier this month. He killed 58 people and injured more than 500. Campos was shot in the leg while investigating the shooting.

“We have had no contact with him. ... Clearly, somebody knows where he is,” David Hickey, president of the Security, Police and Fire Professionals of America union, told the Los Angeles Times.

Campos was set to give a series of interviews to major news networks Thursday, including Fox News for Sean Hannity’s show, CNN, NBC, ABC and CBS. Hickey was in a meeting with Campos before the interview but left. Hickey didn’t hear from Capos and had to cancel the interviews on his behalf.

Hickey told the Los Angeles Times that he was informed Campos had gone to a health clinic before seemingly going off the radar. 

Fact-checking website Snopes has shot down some conspiracies that Campos is missing. Las Vegas Police told the site that the guard is not missing and that they know his whereabouts.

Reporters from the Los Angles Times visited Campos’ home in Las Vegas Sunday to find a man who said he was hired to guard the house and prevent media from going on the property and saw signs that asked media to keep out.

Inconsistencies around reports on Campos remained more than two weeks after the shooting occurred. Police have changed the timeline several times of when Campos was shot by Paddock.

Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo initially said that Campos approached the room and was shot while Paddock was firing on the crowd. Police then said that Paddock shot Campos through his hotel door six minutes before he began firing on the crowd. Representatives from Mandalay Bay disputed that timeline Thursday, according to CNN.

On Friday, Lombardo said that Campos was shot around the same time that Paddock began firing into the crowd.

The shooting is still under investigation. Paddock had amassed 47 guns, many just a year before the shooting, but police have not yet determined a motive. Several rifles found in Paddock’s hotel room were modified with a device called a bump stock which allowed them to shoot faster.

Paddock died by suicide before police entered his room.