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John Frank Carlisle last seen in Suwannee County Florida

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Missing Person Florida John Frank Carlisle

John Frank Carlisle, 40, who goes by Frank, has been missing from Florida since April 24, 2018.  He made contact with a friend on April 24 in the Ranchettes area.  He was possibly  seen at the Keg Room on State Road 247 on April 26.

Kristal, Frank’s sister posted, “I say this with a heavy heart and please no judgment or nasty comments or it will be deleted!! My brother FRANK has been missing for a week with no trace or signs of where he is! PLEASE SHARE this is you feel it in your heart! He’s MY brother! I love him and always will regardless of his status! He’s loved, missed and needs to be found! Please share this and HELP me find him! Thank you all! 

💔😩😪🙏🏻🙏🏻”

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There have been multiple searches for Frank that began around three weeks after he went missing which included the help of search dogs but nothing has been found.  No explanation from the police why they chose to wait till then to organize a search. Frank left his wallet and phone behind when he left, making it impossible to track him by his phone.

Frank is 5-foot-5 and 200 pounds. He has black hair, green eyes, a full beard and a scar on the end of his nose.

Anyone who knows of Carlisle’s whereabouts or has seen him since April 26, should contact investigator Christ Frost at 386-362-2222.

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