Updated: Friday, 02 Jul 2010, 8:44 PM EDT
Published : Friday, 02 Jul 2010, 11:00 AM EDT
CURRITUCK COUNTY, N.C. (WAVY) - Police in North Carolina are looking for a man who never showed up to work on Wednesday.
No one has seen or talked to Paul Jandreau from Moyock, who has worked here at BAE Systems for the past few years as a safety auditor. But now co-workers are concerned about his safety and hoping he is soon found.
Flyers about Jandreau's apparent disappearance went home with workers listing contact phone numbers for helpful information concerning his whereabouts.
Paul Jandreau retired from the Navy and found a second career at BAE systems, his boss, Dennis Carter, said. Carter and Jandreau carpooled for work daily. Carter last saw him Tuesday evening and instantly knew something was wrong when Jandreau did not pick him up Wednesday morning, nor answer his phones. Co-workers went to his house to check on him.
"They came out and knocked on his doors and knocked on his windows. No answer," said Carter. "They called me and said 'Both of his vehicles are here, what should we do?' I said go ahead and call the police department and let them know we're worried and concerned about his well being."
Rodney Norton lives across the street from Jandreau in Moyock and says he last saw his neighbor Tuesday evening.
:It's very concerning, very concerning," said Norton. "Paul's a creature of habit: goes to work every morning about 4:30 in the morning, comes home about 5:00 at night. See him every day."
Another co-worker, Kyle Cheatwood, is trying to stay hopeful and has a message to send.
"For him not to call, not to show, not let anyone know what's going on is extremely, extremely out of the ordinary," he said. "If I could have any message out there to anybody watching and Paul if you see this Paul we're looking for you we're working hard, and we're using everything we can to find you."
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