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Search continues for missing Finneytown man

FINNEYTOWN, OH (FOX19) -

Police need your help locating a missing Finneytown father and husband.

Sean Urk, 41, of Jonquil Lane, was last seen in the Finneytown area around 8:30 a.m. on April 2. He was reported missing by his wife.

Urk is a traveling sales person for Ohio Valley Wine and Beer. He uses his own vehicle to travel from his house to visit clients. Urk's wife and employers did not know he was missing until he didn't come home from work on Tuesday.

Urk's sister contacted FOX19 stating that the behavior was very out of character for her brother. Urk is a husband and a father of a two-year-old daughter whom he is very fond of.

Springfield Township Police have been going door-to-door in search of him, but have had no luck.

There has been no evidence of credit card use or any other activity by Urk.

Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to call the Springfield Township Police Department at (513) 729-1300.

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