are on the lookout for a 48-year-old man whose car and belongings were found at Edgewater Park on Dec. 24.
Howard Trumble was last seen leaving his Seven Hills home on Dec. 23, after an argument with family members.
According to the incident report, park visitors found a wallet, car keys and jacket on the concrete platform of the fishing pier at Edgewater around 1:30 p.m. on Christmas Eve. The visitors then called the Rangers.
Rangers searched lower and upper Edgewater Park, Edgewater Beach, Middle Beach, Perkins Beach, Edgewater boat ramps, Whiskey Island, Wendy Park and all the trails and bathrooms in the area.
The U.S. Coast Guard sent a boat and helped searched the shoreline and conducted a search pattern on the lake.
Trumble's car was towed out of the parking lot.
Trumble was last seen wearing gray dress slacks and a red polo shirt from his employer, Bob Gillingham Ford. He is 5'8", 250 pounds and has black hair and blue eyes.