PASCO COUNTY, FL. – Peiarre Canty has been missing since October 2016. The family is offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to Peiarre’s whereabouts.
Police say that Peiarre suffers from mental disorders and is currently off his medications, which only causes further confusion.
He is not known to be violent, according to New Port Richey Police.
“His family is extremely worried for his safety and is desperate to find him. He may be asking for change in the area and unaware of his surroundings or how to get home,” said NPR Police.
There have been possible sightings in the New Port Richey and Tampa, between Westshore Plaza, Kennedy Boulevard, Hyde Park, Bayshore, and Nebraska.
Peiarre was last seen wearing jeans, no shirt or shoes. He may be among the homeless and could possibly be wearing anything.
Peiarre has a distinct tattoo on his chest bearing praying hands with rosary beads.
Peiarre also has a scar on the back of one of his heels. He usually has a beard or a mustache and his left-hand shakes.
Peiarre is a black male, 5’11, 130 lbs, dark hair, and brown eyes.
If you have any information as to Peiarre’s whereabouts or believe you have seen him, you can contact Detective Joe Ioppolo at the New Port Richey Police Department at 727-232-8905.
Per the family, any tips that lead to Peiarre’s whereabouts and are confirmed will be eligible for the cash reward.