The wife of a former Kennewick man who has been missing since May 21 plans to be in the Tri-Cities on Saturday to conduct a search for her husband.
Larry Davis, 47, disappeared after walking away from his job in Albany, Ore., and hasn't been seen since. He left his keys, cellphone and wallet in his vehicle, said his wife, Kathleen Davis.
The couple moved to Oregon two months earlier and Davis said her husband may be trying to get back to the Tri-Cities. Larry Davis is bipolar and had a bad day the day before he went missing, she said.
One person in Kennewick reportedly said she talked to Larry the day he disappeared, but Kathleen Davis said investigators have not been able to talk to the person to confirm the story.
Kathleen Davis plans to start her search at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Kennewick Baptist Church, 2425 W. Albany Ave.
Anyone interested in volunteering to help can just show up ready to help, she said.
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 on his whereabouts can call Albany police at 541-917-7680 or call Kathleen Davis at 541-570-5030.
A Facebook page (facebook.com/HelpFindLarryDavis) also has been created.