LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — It's been two years since a Lafayette man disappeared without a trace. State police and his family want the public to know they're not giving up and they need your help.
On March 15, 2016, David Kallenberger was riding his motorcycle from Lafayette to Florida when he broke down south of Indianapolis. A trooper pulled over to help him, but Kallenberger said he already had a ride on the way. That was the last anyone saw of him.
Police are now putting out a renewed call for information.
They said anyone who may know something can anonymously call Trooper Detective Ben Rector at 765-567-2125. If you are unable to reach Rector, leave him a message on his voicemail and he will return your call.
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