An Omaha family is worried sick about a missing loved one. Ronald Price, 50, vanished October 15th without a trace.
It will be three weeks on Tuesday, his family is at the point of just hoping to not hear the worst.
"The more time that goes by, the more worried I get," said his sister Laurie Bell.
Holding tight to a missing person's poster, Bell tells WOWT Six News what he looks like.
"Like I said 140 lbs, five foot six, brown hair, brown eyes, last seen and he usually does have a partial close shaven beard and mustache," said Bell.
If you have any information about the whereabouts of Price, please call the Omaha Police Department at 402-444-4127.
Bell can also be reached at 231-923-0083.
Price was last seen on 103rd and Hamilton at his apartment complex, Pinetree apartments.
People told police just before he disappeared he was in his apartment's parking lot acting confused and disoriented, holding a piece of paper in his hand. And even though it was cold and raining that night, they said he wasn't wearing a jacket.
Bell spoke to price the day before he went missing, she said during the conversation the phone disconnected. After that, Bell was never able to get a hold of Price. The next day, they went looking for him at his apartment.
What worries the family even more is the only thing he took from his apartment was his day planner. His house keys, cell phone and prescription medication were all left behind.
The left medication is worrying his family the most. "
"He takes many, many medications for many, many aliments. One is a brain tumor," said Bell.
His failing health has his family praying for any good news.
"I'd love to see him and hug him and kiss him, but if I could just hear from him and know that he is alive and OK. That is all that I want," said Bell.