Family searches for missing man last seen at Brick Oven in St. George

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Trevis Cullen was last seen at the Brick Oven, walking south on River Road.

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UPDATE: After we posted our story about missing St. George man Trevis Cullen, it appears he may have contacted his family. We will leave the story up until we can confirm tomorrow that he has been removed from NCIC.

ST. GEORGE – Family members are hoping the public can help them find a man who parked his car at work on Friday and hasn’t been heard from since.

Trevis Cullen, 23, was last seen Friday, October 21, by a coworker at the Brick Oven in St. George. According to his girlfriend of five years, Cullen parked his car, pulled a backpack from his trunk and began walking south on River Road.

“I’ve looked everywhere,” Danielle Adair said. “I haven’t heard anything since.”

Adair said this is not normal behavior from her boyfriend. She is hoping the family can get a warrant to check Cullen’s cell phone and bank account records to see if he is still in the area.

Cullen’s older sister Natalie said she spoke to her brother on Friday and he was “fine, happy” and “joking around.”

“As far as I could tell, there was nothing wrong with him,” she said.

She said her brother is not on medications that she is aware of and does not have any medical concerns.

However, the family is deeply worried as this is not normal behavior.

Adair said Cullen was last seen wearing a white Brick Oven T-shirt and khaki pants. He is 5’11”, 160 pounds with dark brown hair and brown eyes.

Adair said the family is trying to get assistance from the St. George Police Department, but because Cullen is an adult and it is a Sunday, they were having difficulty getting any assistance.

Officer Ken Childs said Cullen is officially listed as missing in NCIC and the St. George Police Department is actively investigating his disappearance.

If anyone has seen Cullen or know of his whereabouts, please contact the police at 435-634-5000.

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