RICHMOND HEIGHTS, Ohio - It’s been more than two days since a father and local businessman disappeared.
Police have received dozens of tips, but no solid leads in the disappearance of Patrick Borally, 41, of Lyndhurst.
Borally was last seen at his family-run business in Richmond Heights, Borally Party Center on Monday. The husband and father of three left the business on Chardon Road, driving a company owned 2005 dark blue Dodge Caravan with the license plate “TAKEOUT.”
"He was supposed to pick up some flowers, be home around 5:30, 6 p.m. to take one of the kids to cross country practice," his brother-in-law, Tim Lawless, told NewsChannel5 on Tuesday. "He's usually no later than 10, 15 minutes, at that point in time they became a little bit worried."
“I knew something was just off… Even if he didn’t have his phone, he would find a way to call us,” said Patrick’s wife, Kathy Borally, on Wednesday. “The kids knew something was wrong… He’s loyal to us; he should just be home with us.”
His loved ones have been mapping out places Borally could possibly be, while the Cleveland office of the FBI works with Richmond Heights police. Cleveland police said authorities have checked with friends and even area hospitals, but have not discovered any information leading to Borally.
“This stuff doesn’t happen to us. This is not him. He is just not this person who would take off,” Kathy Borally said. “He’s always at home, or at work. He’s not this guy.”
“His kids mean everything to us. He wouldn’t put us through this.”
Anyone with information on Borally’s whereabouts should contact the Richmond Heights Police Department at 216-486-1234.
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