Police in Portsmouth, New Hampshire are expected to provide an update Wednesday on a missing Maine man who was last seen leaving a local bar more than two weeks ago.

Police Chief Robert Merner will hold a press conference at 5:30 p.m. to discuss “missing person & related items.” A police spokesperson confirmed the subject of the press availability will be 32-year-old Adam Camarato.

The Eliot, Maine resident was last seen in downtown Portsmouth on Saturday, April 27 just before 1 a.m. He had been at the Clipper Tavern with a friend that night.

His sister told Boston.com that he was expected to pick up his children for a baseball game later that day but never showed up. His friends and family haven’t been able to reach him since.

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“He left the bar by himself and just hasn’t been seen since,” Camarato’s sister, Jamie Fultz, told Boston.com. “We don’t have any traces of him at all. There has been nothing of his that has turned up anywhere.”

Camarato was last seen wearing a baseball cap with an unknown insignia, a dark, long-sleeved top and jeans.

Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to call the Portsmouth Police Communications Center at 603-436-2145.

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