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Missing Plainview Man

Plainview,TX - Andrew Pena was last seen in Plainview, about to get on a bus headed to Amarillo for a job orientation. 

Family members began to worry when they didn't hear that he made it safely to Amarillo. 

His uncle, Ronnie Pena say it's not like him to not contact anybody and disappear without a trace. 

"Any time he's been gone he's always contacted his family," said Pena. 

Which is why his family decided to get the police involved. 

Captain Manuel Balderas with the Plainview Police Department says they are checking all possible leads and investigating the disappearance. 

And Andrew's friends and family are trying to find their own leads as well, by reaching out to people on social media websites. 

Many of Andrew's friends and family are asking for people's prayers to help get Andrew back home. 

We're told Andrew is normally see in Plainview, Lubbock, and Amarillo.

Anyone with information on where Andrew could be is encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at (806) 293-8477. 

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