BRISTOL TOWNSHIP, Pa — The family of a man missing since late December is asking for the public’s assistance in locating him.
Craig Fant, 45, is listed as an endangered missing adult male. He suffers from seizure disorders, is paralyzed on his left side and walks with a limp, police said.
He was last seen December 23, 2015 on Old Orchard Lane in Bristol Township boarding a SEPTA Bus bound for Oxford Valley Mall, police said. Fant needs daily medications.
Fant’s family members told the Bucks County Courier Times newspaper they have posted fliers from Philadelphia to Trenton, but haven’t received any tips.
“We’re just desperate to find him. We’re still praying and hoping that he’s alive,” Fant’s sister-in-law Michelle Fant told the paper. “Everybody’s grieved, knowing he’s out there somewhere, especially with it getting colder.”
The family has conducted ground searches where he disappeared, as have Bristol police, and even received assistance from a Philadelphia Police Department helicopter. Bristol police Lt. Terry Hughes said Fant’s credit card has not been used since he disappeared, the paper reported.
Anyone with information on Fant’s whereabouts are asked to contact Bucks County Police Radio at 215-945-3100 or Fant’s family members Alberta Osbourne at 267-276-5846 or Lioyd Fant at 267-393-2770.