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Holding Out Hope For Missing Laurel Man

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LAUREL, Del. - It's been over a week, and still no sign of a missing Laurel man.

45-year-old Tim St Jernquist was last seen on the evening of October 30th. His family says he's bipolar, and takes several medications daily. The night he disappeared, they say he called a friend and sounded pretty disoriented. To make matters worse, his belt and robe were found at the dam near their home, a place he frequents often to find peace.

"From the voicemail message that had been left on a friend's phone, and from the neighbor that had seen him, I don't know if he was hallucinating, confused, having a problem with his bipolar condition, I really don't know, said Tim's significant other, Theresa Barnes.

Laurel Police sent a dive team out Friday to search the dam, but they came up with nothing. If anyone has seen him or knows where he might be, call police at 302-875-2244.

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