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Family concerned of disappearance of missing man

Posted at 11:21 PM, May 19, 2016
Deputies need help tracking down a man, who they consider is a missing endangered adult.
 
Rayman Patram was last seen Monday at 8 p.m. at his home in Ruskin. According to authorities, his wife returned home and noticed some of her jewelry was missing. She reported it. She also reported her husband was gone too and his 2007 silver Jeep Grand Cherokee was not at the home either. Detectives said they did not find any signs of a break-in.
 
"It's very hard because we don't know what's going on," Joe Patram, Rayman's brother, said.
 
Authorities said Rayman Patram disappeared for a few days last year, but eventually returned home. Joe Patram said this time it's different.
 
"Just based on hearsay, you know, we believe he didn't just go away this time like runaway…took off…(or) go hangout for a week because no one, no one has heard from him," Joe Patram said.
 
If anyone has any information about Rayman Patram, contact the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office. Their number is (813) 247-8200.
 
"We just want to hear something. Like I said, just come home. Call us (and) let us know you're okay," Joe Patram said.