ORANGE PARK, Fla. -- "It's been a nightmare that I can't wake up from," Ranjana Swenson said through tears.
Swenson doesn't know what else to do, but let the tears fall.
"He's the only one I have in Jacksonville. It's not like him," she said.
On Wednesday, her husband suffered a heart attack and a stroke. Her son, 23-year-old Christopher Timmers, drove them to Orange Park Medical Center. The next day, August 16, he brought them a change of clothes before he headed out with his girlfriend and her grandparents to Senor Wings off Blanding Boulevard for dinner.
That was five days ago. It was the last time anyone saw Timmers.
"No one has heard from him since. His phone died at 12:15 a.m. His bank card was not used. It just seems like he disappeared into thin air," said Swenson.
Police tell Action News there was a verbal argument at Senor Frogs Thursday night that caused Timmers to leave in his mother's beige/gold minivan, a 2008 Honda Odyssey with Florida tag 214KYI.
His family says it's not like him to not come home or call, let alone not see his two young kids.
So in a hospital room surrounded by inspirational balloons, this family hopes someone hears their cries.
"If anyone, anyone knows where my son is please help him come back to us. Chris, we love you and miss you very much," said Swenson.
Detectives consider Timmers and endangered missing person. He's approximately 6'1" and weighs around 175 pounds. He was last seen wearing a red, white, and blue Polo shirt, blue jeans, and white sneakers.
Anyone with information regarding Timmers whereabouts is being asked to contact the Clay County Sheriff's Office at 904-264-6512 as soon as possible.