Prince William County police are asking the public's help in finding a Manassas man who was last seen leaving his brother's Front Royal, Va., home a week ago, spokeswoman Kim D. Chinn said.
Johnny Morgan, 29, left his brother's house about 10:30 p.m. Sept. 15, on the way to the Yorkshire area of Manassas, where he lives with his parents and older brother, said his mother, Pauline.
His parents reported him missing Monday when he did not return home after his regular work hours, she said.
According to a police report, Morgan, an electrician, has not called his employer since his disappearance.
Morgan's three sisters and seven brothers have spent many hours calling his friends without learning where he might be. They have patrolled roads between Manassas and Front Royal looking for his 1981 maroon Buick Skylark, which Morgan was driving when he was last seen. The car bears Virginia license plates SSD-103, Chinn said.
"He didn't pack any of his clothes or take any of his things, and that's not like my son," Pauline Morgan said. "He's got two sons and he calls them every day or every other day, but they haven't heard anything from him, either."
Morgan is 5 foot 8 inches tall and weighs 155 pounds. He has blue eyes and usually wears his brown hair in a ponytail. He has a vertical scar on his forehead. Anyone with information is asked to call the Prince William County Police Department at (703) 335-6500.