Family flies from Ireland to Florida to search for missing father of 2

A family from Ireland has flown to Florida to search for a missing man. First Coast News reports that 47-year-old John McNamee has been living in Jacksonville for 13 years, but he was born in Ireland and he normally is in contact daily. McNamee’s sister told the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office he “is going through a divorce and has not been heard from since May 25, 2022.”A truck registered to McNamee has reportedly been in a Quality Inn parking lot since May 26, but he was not registered as a guest at the hotel. The truck hadn’t been reported stolen and deputies found no evidence of foul play inside. “John had two kids which he loved dearly and it’s totally out of John’s character to do anything like this,” John McNamee, an uncle who came from Ireland, said.McNamee’s wife told authorities she was trying to serve him with an injunction and she thought he was hiding because he did not want to receive it. She said he did not seem suicidal and did not own any weapons. “None of it makes sense, ” Jennifer McNamee, John’s wife, said. “I just don’t know if he was just going through a mental breakdown, or what was happening but he lived for those two girls and he’s never been away from them this long. You know they miss their daddy. It’s almost been three weeks now.” News4Jax reports bloodhounds and dive teams were called to search a wooded area near the Quality Inn where McNamee’s truck was found, but they found nothing helpful.”We would be grateful for anyone in the Jacksonville area to come out and help us search for John, we just need him found,” a GoFundMe page created by the family states. ” Please continue to keep John in your prayers that he is back with his family soon.”

A family from Ireland has flown to Florida to search for a missing man.

First Coast News reports that 47-year-old John McNamee has been living in Jacksonville for 13 years, but he was born in Ireland and he normally is in contact daily.

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McNamee’s sister told the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office he “is going through a divorce and has not been heard from since May 25, 2022.”

A truck registered to McNamee has reportedly been in a Quality Inn parking lot since May 26, but he was not registered as a guest at the hotel. The truck hadn’t been reported stolen and deputies found no evidence of foul play inside.

John had two kids which he loved dearly and it’s totally out of John’s character to do anything like this,” John McNamee, an uncle who came from Ireland, said.

McNamee’s wife told authorities she was trying to serve him with an injunction and she thought he was hiding because he did not want to receive it. She said he did not seem suicidal and did not own any weapons.

“None of it makes sense, ” Jennifer McNamee, John’s wife, said. “I just don’t know if he was just going through a mental breakdown, or what was happening but he lived for those two girls and he’s never been away from them this long. You know they miss their daddy. It’s almost been three weeks now.”

News4Jax reports bloodhounds and dive teams were called to search a wooded area near the Quality Inn where McNamee’s truck was found, but they found nothing helpful.

“We would be grateful for anyone in the Jacksonville area to come out and help us search for John, we just need him found,” a GoFundMe page created by the family states. ” Please continue to keep John in your prayers that he is back with his family soon.”

Contributed by local news sources

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