Police searching for Keys man missing since Wednesday

SUMMERLAND KEY, Fla. (WSVN) — Police are looking for a 56-year-old man who was last seen on Summerland Key, Wednesday morning.

The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office said Jeffrey Dunn spent Tuesday night at his girlfriend’s apartment on Wilter’s Lane, in Summerland Key. She told police he left her apartment at 6:30 a.m., Wednesday, saying he was getting cigarettes and would come back.

Dunn, who police said is reportedly the general manager at the No Name Pub, did not return to the apartment. According to police, another man who works at the pub said Dunn did not show up for work Wednesday, which is unlike him.

Police said Dunn’s vehicle, a gray Mercury SUV with New York license tags, was parked on the corner of Paradise Drive and Watson Boulevard with his wallet inside and keys in the ignition. A witness told police it had been there since 9 a.m., Wednesday.

Officers from the Sheriff’s Office, Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and the Federal Fish and Game Commission could not find Dunn in the area.

Dunn’s cellphone provider told police his cellphone has been turned off since 9:30 a.m., Wednesday.

Police said Dunn no longer sports the facial hair he is seen with in the provided photo. Anyone who has any information that may help locate Dunn should contact contact the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office at 305-289-2410.

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