A family is looking for answers after a Dallas man went missing over a week ago after leaving a gym in Uptown Dallas.
James Allen White, 55, was last seen at 5:38 a.m. on Oct. 22 leaving LA Fitness on Haskell Avenue, KTVT-TV (Channel 11) and WFAA-TV (Channel 8) reported. Surveillance video from the gym shows White getting into his car and driving off.
The car he is seen driving away in, a black Porsche Macan loaner car, was found by the Dallas Police Department on Thursday, according to WFAA.
Dallas police spokeswoman Melinda Gutierrez said the car was found in southeast Oak Cliff, in the area of Bonnie View Road and Simpson Stuart Road.
Gutierrez said there is a “want to locate” report on file for White, a type of report filed when a family member wants to get in touch with someone they have had trouble contacting.
No other information about how the car was found or on White’s disappearance was available, she said.
White is married and works for KPMG, an accounting company, according to WFAA. His family said they don’t believe he decided to leave.
“He had no reason to up and leave, that’s what is mind-boggling,” his brother, Tim White, told Channel 11. “The short distance between the gym and home, how he could just disappear, that’s the hardest part.”
His family has hired a private investigator and is offering a $10,000 reward for information about his whereabouts, according to the outlet.
They have also posted flyers around Dallas about his disappearance. According to the flyers, White is 5-11 and weighs about 160 pounds. He was last seen wearing a light grey tank top and dark gym shorts, and had a navy and maroon Coach sling bag with him.