UPDATE -- Kyle Kinnamon, the 28-year-old Baltimore man who went missing for three days, was located Wednesday in West Virginia.
Kinnamon reportedly drove to West Virginia to "clear his head," according to a message posted to the Missing: Help find Kyle Kinnamon Facebook page .
While there, Kinnamon was pulled over by police. No further information is known at this time.
ORIGINAL -- Kyle Kinnamon was last seen Monday Aug. 4 at about 9 a.m. in Parkville. He was staying over a friend’s house.
The trail goes cold at 11:45 a.m. Monday when an email receipt shows Kinnamon returned a Redbox DVD at the 7-Eleven in the 9400 block of Harford Road. A friend said he was wearing a purple and gray plaid shirt. (See photos)
Kinnamon’s friends and family cast a wide net in search for Kinnamon.
"We've called every hospital, assuming the best and also being realistic and addressing the worst. We've asked for his name, John Doe, we've canvassed the airport, we've contacted bus stations, I mean everything," Collins said.
They have also reached out on social media where they have racked up thousands of views and shares. See the Facebook page here .
A missing person report was filed in Baltimore City where he lives in Upper Fells Point.
Kinnamon’s mother, Gayle, also reached out to authorities in Baltimore County and Westminster where the 28-year-old is known to frequent.
Kinnamon drives a 2012 gold/tan four-door Honda Civic with a busted rear driver side window. The window was covered by a black trash bag. The car's tag number is 4AM1599.
Kinnamon is about 5-feet-10-inches tall, weighing about 190 pounds, with blue eyes and short hair.
Anyone with information about Kinnamon’s whereabouts are asked to contact police at 410-396-2422.