The Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office is seeking the location of a Bay Area man who went missing last month while in the city of Mount Shasta.
Davohnte Morgan, 28, was last seen in Mount Shasta on May 5. According to the Sheriff's office, he disappeared after breaking up with his girlfriend during their visit to the city and left a hotel in the downtown area on foot while wearing black sweatpants, a black turtleneck and San Francisco 49ers slide rubber sandals.
Morgan is 5 feet, 11 inches tall with a thin build and had a mustache and goatee. Surveillance cameras show him walking through the downtown area about an hour after his girlfriend said he left their hotel room, sheriff's officials said. The footage appears to show him to leaving town.
None of Morgan's credit cards have been used since his disappearance, and his phone was left in the room, sheriff's officials said. There's no indication of foul play or suicide.
A private reward of up to $25,000 has been offered for Morgan's return. According to the Sheriff's office, a secondary reward for anonymous witnesses is expected to be offered soon.
People with information about Morgan's location can contact the Mount Shasta Police Department at (530) 926-7540 or the Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office at (530) 841-2900.