Upper Perk Police said Tuesday they have located a man reported missing from Pennsburg since Nov. 27.
Authorities said Mark Drenning, 52, of the 600 block of Penn Street, was found by Scranton Police sometime Tuesday morning after his 2005 Volvo S60 reportedly broke down at an undisclosed location in the city. According to police, Drenning said he was fine and didn’t need medical attention or other assistance.
Drenning was reported missing over a month ago by a family member. He was last seen on Tuesday, Nov. 26 by his roommate. His roommate was under the impression Drenning went to work on Wednesday morning, as he was gone when the man woke up, police said.
According to authorities, however, company records reflect that Drenning hasn’t been employed at KidsPeace in Allentown for about six months, even though he was operating on a daily basis as if he was going to work.
Drenning was expected to arrive at his mother’s Telford home around 1 p.m. on Thanksgiving, but failed to call or notify anyone of his whereabouts.
According to authorities, records indicate there have been no outgoing calls on Drenning’s phone since he called his mother on Nov. 26 and his phone was turned off since that date.
Upper Perk Police were unable to give additional information on the case as of press time Tuesday.