• Missing Jacksonville father's cellphone pinged 5 min from home

    By: Jenna Bourne , Action News Jax


    PHOTO GALLERY: Missing Jacksonville father Calvin Lincomfelt

    Jacksonville father Calvin Lincomfelt has not been seen since Monday afternoon.

    His wife said the last time they spoke, he told her he’d be home around 3 p.m. on Monday.

    He never showed up to their Bartram Park condo.

    “It’s been terrible. I can’t eat. I can’t sleep. My kids are all just tore up,” his wife Karen Lincomfelt said.

    His wife and children retraced his last known steps on Thursday and handed out flyers.

    “Just in hopes that somebody says, ‘Yes, I’ve seen him,’” Karen Lincomfelt said.

    Calvin Lincomfelt was driving home from a job in New Smyrna Beach on Monday.

    Ormond Beach Police said the last time he was seen was on surveillance video at a McDonald’s drive-through at 2:23 p.m.

    His cellphone pinged late Monday night on a cellphone tower near Philips Highway, about five minutes from home.

    “He’s a very good husband. He’s a very good father. He’s a very easygoing man and would help anybody,” his wife said.

    Her last words to him before he disappeared were, “Love you mostest,’ because that’s what we always say,” Karen Lincomfelt said.

    If you’ve seen Calvin Lincomfelt, please contact Ormond Beach Police Det. Danielle Henderson at Danielle.Henderson@ormondbeach.org or 386-676-3516.

    Lincomfelt’s maroon GMC Sierra Crew Cab is also missing.

    It has a North Carolina tag, and the license plate number is FJ5026.

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