HUMBOLDT, AZ - Officials are searching for a Humboldt man who has been missing since April 12 when he did not return home from work.
Dale Stewart, 49, reportedly left work at 5 p.m. Saturday, but did not arrive home as usual. He lives approximately 1.5 miles from his workplace.
According to a Yavapai County Sheriff's Office, Stewart's boss said he had been acting 'weird' but declined his offer to be driven home.
His wife believes that his disappearance may be related to his diabetic condition, for which he needs regular injections of insulin, officials say.
He is described as being 5' 8'' tall, 185 pounds, with blue eyes and grey hair. He is most likely wearing work boots and jeans.
Stewart drives a green 1998 Chevrolet 1500 pick-up truck with the license plate reading "591KGR."
Family and officials have attempted to contact Stewart's cell phone through phone calls and location tracking, but it appears his phone has been shut off.
Additionally, news bulletins, bank activity and checks of his regular locations have not resulted in success.
YCSO is searching trails and roadways around the area via helicopter.
If anyone has knowledge of Stewart's whereabouts, contact YCSO at 928-771-3260.
If Dale or his vehicle is found, 911 can also be called.
Information should reference Stewart's case, number 14-013011.