Searches continued Sunday for a 22-year-old Anoka man who has been missing for more than two weeks.

The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and Anoka police posted a missing alert early Saturday for Kevin Casserly, who was last seen in Anoka but hasn’t shown up for work or been in contact with his family since he disappeared. According to police, he left all of his belongings behind and his car was found in Anoka, prompting police concerns for his welfare. His family said he has struggled with drug addiction in the past, but they do not believe he relapsed.

Authorities said Sunday that they have no new information about Casserly.

Casserly is a white male, 6-foot-1 and about 140-160 pounds; he has brown hair and brown eyes, and a chipped front tooth. He usually wears a baseball hat and silver chain. Anyone with information is asked to call Anoka police at 763-427-1212.