A Boise man is missing, and worried family members say the disappearance is “out of character” for him.
Bobby Coffman, 53, was last seen Wednesday.
“When my mother left home to go to work Wednesday morning, dad was also getting ready for work. They had gone out to dinner the previous night and everything was fine. When she returned home at 5:30 p.m., my father was still gone. She figured he was working overtime, as he sometimes does. When he didn’t return home late Wednesday, she began calling friends and family. No one had heard from him. So she called the police,” said Coffman’s daughter, Storm Johnson.
Coffman’s phone was found in his garage. “He had texted his supervisor at 7:21 a.m. Wednesday, saying he was feeling ill and would not be coming to work -– which is unusual for him,” Johnson said.
Coffman, an HP employee, is described as 6-feet 2-inches tall, weighing 190 pounds. He has brown eyes and brown hair, with a “salt-and-pepper” mix. He has one tattoo on his right arm below his shoulder and another on his left arm below his elbow. He wears glasses and “almost always” a ballcap, family members say.
Coffman is believed to be driving a grey 2006 Nissan Xterra, with an Ada County license plate 1A RP 944.
The family has notified the Boise Police Department, as well as law enforcement agencies in nearby counties.
If you have seen Coffman or his vehicle, you are urged to contact your local law enforcement agency.