The family of a man who has been missing since April 2020 is asking once again for the public’s help in finding him.
Travis Hollar, 38, was last seen on April 29, 2020 and is known to frequent the inner city and northeast Edmonton, city police said in a news release Tuesday. His disappearance was considered out of character, and police and his family are concerned for his welfare.
The Edmonton Police Service’s missing persons unit “exhausted all investigative avenues” to find Hollar and is hoping the public may have new information on his whereabouts.
“Travis suffers from a brain injury that causes his emotional intelligence to be that of a much younger person. He has always relied heavily on family to help him with day to day matters in his life,” a statement from his family reads.
“His disappearance is very out of character, as he is extremely close to his family. Our family is completely lost not knowing where Travis is or if he is okay. If anyone has any information, we beg them to come forward.
“We just want him home safe, and for this heartache of not knowing what happened to him to finally be over.”
Hollar is described as five foot seven inches tall and has blue eyes. At the time he disappeared, he weighed 160 pounds and have shaved brown hair.
He has a tattoo on his right forearm that says ‘Travis’ and a tattoo on his left forearm of a marijuana leaf with the word ‘Loyal’ inside.
Anyone with information on Hollar is asked to contact police.