The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension reported Saturday a 22-year-old Anoka, Minn. man is missing -- his sister says he's been gone since Nov. 12.
Searchers met Sunday morning around 10 a.m. at the Anoka Metro Transit parking lot, which has been set up as a makeshift search hub for the family.
Kevin Casserly was last seen on Nov. 11 in Anoka, the BCA news release said. He left all his belongings behind, and his white 1989 Oldsmobile was found on the 2900 block of 7th Avenue in Anoka with an empty gas tank.
Casserly has not been to work at Lakeland Tools and Equipment in weeks, and has had no contact with his family. He had $20 in cash sitting on his kitchen table and his wallet and cell phone were atop his shoes.
Casserly stands at 6'1, 140-160 lbs., has brown hair, brown eyes and a chipped front tooth. He typically wears a silver chain.
"We figured since he's over 18, he's an adult. Maybe he just needed some him time," his older sister Alexandra Casserly said.
Kevin Casserly is a recovering addict, his father Daniel Casserly said. He said his son had been hooked on meth as a teenager and also has a lengthy rap sheet which includes convictions for drug possession, domestic assault and DWIs. However, he now has two children and has been doing well, according to his father.
The Anoka Police Department is requesting anyone with information to call (763) 427-1212.