ATLANTA -- Family and police are asking for the public's help in finding a missing man whose disappearance is said to be "suspicious."
According to the Atlanta Police Department, Samuel Johnson was last seen on May 4 at his home on Pomona Circle in southwest Atlanta.
At this time, police don't know the details surrounding the 67-year-old's disappearance, but they do suspect foul play.
According to Maj. Adam Lee with the Atlanta Police Department, investigators went by his home after Johnson was first reported missing and found the home in disarray. Police said it appeared the home had been ransacked as if someone were "looking for something."
Investigators also ran Johnson's credit cards but didn't turn up any transactions since his disappearance. Police said no one in his family indicated he was in any trouble and he doesn't live in "an area of town that would cause any concern."
They believe Johnson would not be a victim of a random situation and are now looking for any clues that could lead them to him.
On Friday afternoon, police and Johnson's daughters held a press conference to begging for anyone with information to come forward.
"We're at the end of our rope, so we're reaching out for assistance," his daughter Farrah Vaughn pleaded.
Vaughan told media gathered there that her father was a cheerful guy who never met a stranger and would give someone the shirt off his back. "Everybody loved him," she said, while holding up a photo of her and Johnson on her wedding day. "His smile says everything."
Vaughan and her sister Aliyah Johnson said the 67-year-old is healthy and had no mental problems or dementia. Both have passed out flyers to try to get any information, but with no results.
"We would just like information," Aliyah begged, holding back tears. "Please, for my daddy."
Johnson's daughters said that he's been in the Atlanta-area for more than 50 years and runs the Metro Bedding business in the 2000 block of Metropolitan Parkway.
Atlanta Councilwoman Joyce Sheperd, who was also at the press conference, said she knew Johnson by his upstanding reputation in the community.
"Sam has been in this community for years," she said. "I was in shock when I found out he was missing."
Johnson is described as a 6-foot tall man with brown eyes, salt-and-pepper hair and goes by Sam or "SJ."
Police believe he was last seen in a rented 2017 black Toyota 4runner with Louisiana tag N445381.
If anyone has any information on his disappearance, they are asked to call the Atlanta Police Homicide/Adult Missing Persons Unit at 404-546-4235.
"Please let us know, so we can put his family at ease," Lee concluded.