#MISSING: Keith G. Pitts, 48 - Claymont, DELAWARE (driving a blue 2003 Ford Windstar with DE plate PC173156)

A Claymont man was reported missing after he failed to return from a Friday evening trip to Wilmington, New Castle County police said Tuesday.
Before Keith G. Pitts, 48, of the first block of Ruby Drive, reportedly left at 7 p.m. Friday for his meeting, he told his pastor that he would return after the meeting and a stop at a store, Officer First Class Tracey Duffy said.
"He said he'd be right home," said Pastor Mike Voit of Chichester United Wesleyan Church in Aston, Pennsylvania.
He was driving a 2003 blue Ford Windstar with Delaware license plate PC173156.
Pitts was reported missing about 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Duffy said.
After Pitts – one of his closest friends – failed to return after his recovery meeting, Voit said, "We had numerous people from our church driving around the city looking for him. I've driven around the city.
"We've checked hospitals, emergency rooms, the morgue," he said.
The Chichester United Wesleyan Church family is "desperate to find him," Voit posted on Facebook, asking others to share his post, be on the lookout for Pitts and pray for him.
Anyone with information about his whereabouts may call the New Castle County Police Department at (302) 573-2800.

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