Family of man missing for over a month is still searching

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – A Bowling Green man has been missing for over a month.

The Bowling Green Police said Frankie Parks Jr. was reported missing one week after he was last seen by his girlfriend Brandi Cross.

According to a report, Frankie and Cross had gotten into an argument and Frankie had left the property and hasn’t been heard from since.

His family said he is without his medication and he needs to be found as soon as possible.

Parks’ family describes him as kind and giving. He has been missing since April 7.

His aunt, Connie Parks, said Frankie was a good kid, but his adult life has been hard.

“He was a good boy all around. He would do anything he can for anybody and then he just kind of got mixed up with the wrong group and now, like I said, he’s schizophrenic,” said Connie Parks.

Frankie Parks Jr. has been without his medication since he went missing, according to Connie Parks.

The search won’t stop for this determined family.

Connie Parks’ boyfriend, Danny Vance, is constantly on the lookout.

“When I hop in my vehicle to go somewhere, I may take the long way around looking. When I get an unknown number, I usually don’t answer unknown numbers, but I still answer it because it may be him,” said Vance.

The family has been posting missing posters and sharing Frankie’s picture on social media.

The Bowling Green Police Department is working the missing person’s case, but so far, there has not been a break in the case.

“In a gut feeling, in a way, I feel like something has happened to him, but I am trying to keep a positive attitude that everything is going to be okay,”

According to his uncle’s girlfriend, Ginger Tillson, Frankie’s father really missing his son.

“His dad has just been beside himself about this and we have talked to him numerous times and he’s not been able to sleep. He’s mainly watching TV. He’s not eating. It’s really upsetting him,” said Tillson.

The family has a message for Frankie and to anyone who may know where he is at.

“No matter what you’ve done or the trouble that you are in, if you need us, we will be here for you,” said Connie Parks.

“Frankie, if you are there, brother, what you need to do, bring your butt somewhere. You know where I live at and you know how to knock on my door. And you know how to phone. You can call. If you are in some type of trouble, let us know,” said Vance.

“Please, if you know where Frankie is, please, call the police, call me, call his dad,” said Connie Parks.

“Frankie, if you’re watching, just please, come home,” said Tillson.

If you have any information about Frankie’s whereabouts, the Bowling Green Police ask you to contact them immediately.