Gladwyne, PA -- A man from Villanova, PA, has been missing since Wednesday. Lower Merion Police have found his vehicle and his phone, but are still looking for the man.
Geoff Partridge, 37, of Villanova, PA, went missing on Wednesday, December 5 at around 12:15 pm. Latest reports from the police state that his Jeep was found near the Schuylkill River by River Road in Gladwyne, PA.
After finding the vehicle so close to the river, Police began scouring the area. They sent divers into the river and searched surrounding areas the Wednesday and all of Thursday. Police have issued an Endangered Missing Person Report for Partridge as they continue the search.
On Wednesday, December 5, shortly after noon Partridge was last seen, as he left his house in Villanova and got in his silver 2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee, according to his wife. He was wearing a gray sweatshirt, black jacket, a black knit hat and a pair of sweatpants.
Partridge's wife, Jill Turanski, reported him missing to the police, and later that afternoon authorities found the vehicle. The car door was open, and the keys, as well as Partridge's cell phone, were located in the Jeep.
Partridge is about 5 foot 8 inches tall and weighs about 150 pounds. He has red hair and a beard, with tattoos on his arms, legs, and torso.
A post shared on Facebook giving information about Geoff states he suffers from bipolar disorder and had recently been withdrawing from consistently taking his medication. Friends and family are worried he may be disoriented.
Anyone with information about Gary Partridge or his whereabouts please contact Lower Merion Police.
Turianski took to Facebook to get more eyes out there to help find Partridge. "We are hoping to find any information that may help us locate our dear friend, Geoff," the post said. "Anyone with information should contact the Lower Merion Police Department."