Missing For 2 Days, Topeka Man Now Safe At Home

By: 13 News (posted by Sarah Plake)
By: 13 News (posted by Sarah Plake)

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) -- UPDATE 11/3/13: Topeka Police say 43-year-old Tim Fennell has been found safe and at home after having been reported missing since Friday morning.

The Topeka Police Department and the family of a local man need the public's help in locating his whereabouts.

According to his family, 43-year-old Tim Fennell has been missing for 48 hours as of Sunday morning.

His wife and police say he didn't show up for work at Spangles Friday morning, nor did he call in to work.

Fennell visited the US Bank at 10th & Gage around 8 a.m. Friday morning and withdrew $40 dollars out of the family's joint account.

He drives a white 2003 Ford F-150 extended cab truck with the license plate number WKQ-258. He left home in his truck Friday morning.

Fennell's wife says calls to his cell phone have gone straight to voicemail.

She says Tim is a family man who is very involved with his children.

Police say they have no reason to believe foul play is a factor at this time.

Anyone with information about where Tim Fennell is should call the Topeka Police Department immediately.


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