SAVANNAH, Georgia (WSAV) – Former Georgia Southern and Benedictine football player Wesley Kennedy is missing.

Kennedy’s mother Yulanda Maxwell posted on Facebook that her son had not been seen since 10 a.m. on Sunday and had behaved erratically.

According to Maxwell, the last person known to have interacted with Kennedy was his girlfriend at 8 a.m.

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Several people told the family that they saw Wesley walking on Dean Forest Road. He was last seen near the post box at 1143 Dean Forest Road.

Kennedy’s phone stopped updating its location around 1:00 p.m. near the Hardin Canal. The shortest distance from its last known address to the channel is about half a mile, but it’s not clear where on the channel the phone stopped updating.

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A search party found no trace of Kennedy Sunday night, but a Savannah Police Department spokesman said they are calling for a more extensive helicopter search.

Meanwhile, the Garden City Police Department reported another possible sighting near Interstate 16 and Interstate 95 early Monday morning.

The Garden City Police Department is the primary agency looking for Kennedy, with the Savannah Police Department helping them.

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Garden City PD has asked anyone with information on Kennedy’s whereabouts to call 911 immediately. Det. Wierenga can be reached at 912-944-7451 and the department’s tip line is open at 912-966-7787.

Kennedy’s family is asking anyone with information about Kennedy’s whereabouts to contact the police or call 912-572-1711 to contact their relatives.