BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - The family of a Buffalo man needs your help in finding their missing loved one. They found his car, but there's no sign of him.
Police say 33-year-old David Dickens-Anderson has been missing since September 29th.
"He would communicate with somebody," said Lisa Dickens-Wilson, David's mom.
Lisa Dickens-Wilson says she started to worry when she couldn't get in touch with her son David, especially after she says he missed his oldest daughter's birthday.
That was more than a week and a half ago.
"It's frustrating, it's confusing, it's all sorts of emotions in my mind about my son," said Dickens-Wilson.
Buffalo Police say 33-year-old David Dickens-Anderson, also known as Day-Day, was last seen driving his car on East Lovejoy. They say he's 5'8 and 160 pounds with a low hair cut.
"Has anybody seen him? I called the jails, called hospitals, nothing," said Tashara Hill, David's girlfriend.
David's girlfriend Tashara Hill says she called and went by his house on the 29th and he was nowhere to be found.
"It's not like him, he hasn't called my baby or nothing and he talks to her everyday," said Hill.
Family, friends and volunteers spent the last few days searching for David.
His car, a 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix was found near Kane and Sycamore streets in Buffalo last week. Sources say there was blood inside.
"If anybody got anything, know anything, please reach out. Please. The littlest information can help," said Hill.
Both Hill and Wilson say they need answers, not just for them but for David's three children.
"I love him and come home safe. We love you and these kids need you. We need you," sais Hill and Wilson.
Many of David's close friends have put together their money and are offering a reward. If anyone has any information call 9-1-1.