JACKONVILLE, Fla. – A family is frantically searching for a Jacksonville man they say disappeared while on his way home from out-of-town work on Monday.
Ormond Beach police are asking for the public's help to find Calvin Lincomfelt, 44, who they said was last seen at a McDonald's off I-95 in Ormond Beach.
Lincomfelt's family is passing out fliers and posting them in big box stores throughout Florida and connecting states. His wife said that they just moved to Florida in June and her husband was the type of person who would help anyone on the side of the road. She is hoping someone will notice the flyers and recognize him.
For the past two days, Karen Lincomfelt has been all over town, looking for her husband of 21 years.
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“It’s just so, unlike him," Karen Lincomfelt told News 6 partner WJXT-TV. "And that’s why I’m trying to do everything I can to bring him home.”
She said the last time she saw her husband was Monday, the morning of their daughter’s 20th birthday, when he left for work.
“He posted a post for my birthday on Facebook and he had texted me happy birthday, too,” said Cali Lincomfelt, Calvin and Karen's daughter.
She said Calvin is a project manager for LeafFilter Gutter Protection in Jacksonville but went to Edgewater Monday for a service call. She said when he didn’t respond to her texts that day, she knew something was wrong.
“Me and my mom hung out by the pool then went and ate lunch," Cali Lincomfelt said. "We texted him, asking if he’d ate anything but he never responded to that, so she looked him up on the life 360 and that’s when we noticed his spot.”
After seeing Calvin’s location on the Life 360 family locator app, his family began searching and found out he was last seen at the McDonald's in Ormond Beach off of I-95.
“We found a report, transaction, that he was at that McDonald’s and the police also did a ping on the phones and it was within that area,” Karen Lincomfelt said.
Police said Calvin’s phone eventually turned off and he and his truck are nowhere to be found.
His family said they won’t stop searching until he’s back home with their two children.
“My husband loves his family very much and he’s a very outgoing person and would do anything for anybody and I just want them to be on the lookout for him and help me bring him home,” Karen Lincomfelt said.
The family is asking that anyone who has seen Calvin Lincomfelt, or knows where he is, to call the Ormond Beach police at 383-676-3516.