Family pleads for answers in disappearance of Clayton County man

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No one has seen or heard from him in days and the family of a missing Clayton County man made an emotional plea for help Tuesday.

Family members reported 39-year-old David Barlow missing on March 29 after his mother, Katherine Barlow, said she discovered his car idling in her driveway. 

"The car was still running and both of his phones [were] in the car," Barlow said.

The Clayton County Police Department has classified Barlow's disappearance as "suspicious." Officers located Barlow's wallet discarded in College Park days after he went missing. 

Family members believe someone kidnapped the 39-year-old.

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Barlow is described as a black male who is 5-foot-9-inches tall, weighing 165 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. 

Both investigators and loved ones ask anyone who may see Barlow to call Clayton County Police or 911.  

"It would mean the world," said Barlow. "Whoever got a heart or soul out there that see him, I wish they would report – tell the police something. They don't have to tell us anything.  Just tell the police something – where he at, where he could be."