Police and a man’s family are searching for him.
State police at Clearfield said Wednesday in a release that Jerry Lefort Jr. has not been seen in more than a week.
His sister, Heather Lefort, pleaded for help Wednesday to find him.
“All I’m asking is that you keep an eye out and share this post to help get the word around,” she said in a Facebook post. “Please, please, please, if anyone has any info at all, let me know. We miss him terribly.”
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Jerry Lefort, 30, of Curwensville, was last contacted on April 16, according to police. He is a white man, about 5 feet 11 inches tall, weighs about 150 to 160 pounds, has short brown hair, brown eyes and was last seen wearing a dark T-shirt and gray shorts.
Jerry Lefort, according to his sister, doesn’t own a vehicle. She said it is possible he was seen in DuBois, but that it could not be confirmed.
Heather Lefort said her brother was also recently charged with assault and that cops have a warrant for his arrest. She believes he may have turned off or ditched his phone.
Police said they were contacted about Lefort at about 6 p.m. Wednesday.
Anyone with information about Lefort should call state Trooper Nicholas Rickerson at 857-3800.