Canandaigua, N.Y. - The mother of Adam Chase - now missing for five months - is pleading for the public's help in finding him.
"Adam, if you can hear this, you have a place to come home to," said Silvia Chase holding back the tears.
Family members said 31 year old Adam Chase walked away from his home in the Town of Stanley on June 14th after arguing with his wife and hasn't been seen since.
A few days later he retrieved a cell phone and other belongings and on June 19th sent three texts to friends to say he was alright. Since then there has been no contact.
Police can't trace his whereabouts from the phone and said he has not used his ATM or Credit card.
The Ontario County Sheriff's Department held a news conference Wednesday morning to ask for the public's help.
Sheriff Phil Povero said he doesn't believe Chase is in danger but made a social media plea for people to use Facebook or Twitter to try and get a message to Chase asking him to contact his family.
"Somewhere where Adam Chase is he may hear this message, he may see that we are very concerned about him and his whereabouts and want to hear from him." said Ontario County Sheriff Phil Povero.
The Sheriff said there are no signs of foul play. This remains a missing persons case.
He also said someone may know something that can help them reach Chase. Anyone with information is asked to call 585-396-4629 or contact investigators at Lee.Martin@co.ontario.ny.us