A former Kennewick man missing for the past 10 days may be trying to get back to the Tri-Cities, his wife said.
Larry Davis, 47, was last seen May 21 in Albany, Ore., after he walked away from his mechanic's job at Continental Transmission, locking his keys, cellphone and wallet in his vehicle before disappearing, said Kathleen Davis.
"It's possible he's trying to make his way to Kennewick," she said, adding that they moved to Oregon two months ago. "He's on foot, so it's possible he may have hitchhiked up there."
Davis said her husband is bipolar and had a bad day the day before he went missing. She didn't get a chance to talk to him that morning -- he was walking out the door for work as she was heading downstairs -- then she got a call four hours later from Albany police.
Larry Davis left a note in his car thanking his employer for the job and leaving everything to Kathleen, she said.
Fliers with Larry Davis' picture and information have been posted around Albany and his wife created a Facebook page (www.facebook.com/HelpFindLarryDavis) to get his information out.
Larry Davis is 5-foot-8, 230 pounds and was last seen wearing blue work pants, a blue shirt with "Larry" embroidered on the front and a black Perfection Tire coat. He used to work at Perfection Tire in Pasco, Kathleen Davis said.
Anyone with information about Larry Davis is asked to call Albany police at 541-917-7680.