#MISSING: Kenneth Napora, 42 - Clare County, MICHIGAN

It's been almost one week since this Clare County man disappeared.
But his family is not giving up the search.
Police got a call about Kenneth Napora missing on Tuesday -- several days after he was last seen.
Last Saturday he walked away from his home in Meredith near East Lake Road and M-18.
Police say was walking, with a back pack in hand.
He is 42 years old and is believed to be wearing all black clothing and a Carhartt coat.
Since Napora disappearance, the Clare County Sheriff's Department hasn't found any solid leads.
Family and friends are worried because he's been gone for so long.
"We're all worried," said Kenneth's son Ken Napora. "I know he's out there and it's time for him to come home."
Without a trace, Kenneth Napora left his home last Saturday and hasn't been seen since.
"I called everyone I think he knows in that area and all of his friends and stuff and all of them are telling me that they haven't heard from him," Ken said.
Family and friends say his disappearance is very scary and strange.
"Especially because this is such a close knit neighborhood around here. We know what happens two minutes after it happens around here so the fact that nobody has seen him or said anything about him just worries me," said Laurie Heilman, a friend and local business owner.
The sheriff's department says they weren't notified until days after he was last seen, which isn't helping their search in the snow.
"We do know the date he went missing he was seen leaving voluntarily on his own. It's what may or may not have happened since then, is it that he chose to to someplace else, is he there? or did anything happen to him health wise?" said Clare County Undersheriff Dwayne Miedzianowski.
"We know the woods are cold. We know there's animals out there. So we're hoping he's somewhere safe. We're hoping he's with just a friend, but again we're up north," Laurie said.
The family is searching every day.
They say they are in the dark, but will not give up.
"We're definitely determined to find him, we want him back," Ken said.
Anyone with more information about Kenneth Napora is asked to call the sheriff's department.
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