#MISSING GUARDSMAN: Ryan Dunlap, 24 - Huntsville, ALABAMA (National Guard - bank account accessed in Arkansas)

A National Guardsman, missing for days. His parents are searching for answers.
Ryan Dunlap was supposed to report to National Guard duty on Saturday.
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He left Arab, headed forCullman, but that was the last time anyone saw him. Now, his parents are asking for everyone's help.
"Friday night he went to his girlfriend's parent's house in Arab," says John Dunlap, Ryan's father. "Got up the next morning between 5:30 and 6:00, she saw him off, she hugged and kissed him, he said he would be back later."
The 24 year old was supposed to head to a National Guard drill in Cullman that morning, but never showed up.
"It's gotten to the point now, there wasn't a problem with us or his girlfriend or anything, but we're starting to worry either, you know, there was somebody nefarious that came into the picture, that he would have stopped and helped anybody, that maybe they did something to him, or that maybe there was something wrong, we didn't know and he's just split," says John.
Two police helicopters and dozens of officers have spent the past several days combing the route between Arab and Cullman.
"What makes it unusual to me is the length of time it's been now, 6 days, there's been no real good sightings reported to us, no activity on the bank cards. No activity on the cell phone, no activity on social media, anything like that," says Sgt. Dan Henry with the Arab Police Department.
But just about an hour and a half after this interview, the investigator got a call, saying Ryan's bank card had been used in Forrest City, Arkansas, withdrawing $130.
Investigators won't know until they get the surveillance video Friday whether it was Ryan that took the money out, but his dad is hopeful.
"If you're out there Ryan, please, let us know. If you are, just let us know. There's a lot of people looking, a lot of people spending time," says John.
Ryan was driving a 2012 silver Nissan Sentra with a license plate of "47JT326".
If you have any information on his whereabouts, call Arab Police at (256) 586-8124.​
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