The Anoka Police Department is looking for help locating a missing man.
Anoka resident Kevin Casserly, 22, was reported missing on Nov. 17, according to Police Chief Phil Johanson of the Anoka Police Department. Casserly has not shown up for work or been in contact with his family since he went missing, which was about a week before it was reported to police.
His vehicle was located in the city of Anoka, near the 2900 block of Seventh Avenue.
Casserly’s family has organized a search, which will start from Anoka’s Northstar Commuter Rail Station on Fourth Avenue at 10 a.m. Saturday.
Casserly is white, 6-foot-one inches tall and weighs 140 to 160 pounds with a tall, slim build, has brown hair and brown eyes, according to a missing person alert issued by the Minnestoa Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.
Casserly also has a chipped front tooth and wears a baseball hat and silver chain.
If you have information about Casserly’s whereabouts, call the Anoka Police at 427-1212.
Mandy Moran Froemming is at [email protected]