Fowler man missing for months, family looking for support

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Fernando Subia, 46, was last seen walking near his Fowler home on Dec. 9. (KFSN)

It's been nearly three months since a Fowler man went missing, and his family says they're struggling without him. Fernando Subia, 46, was last seen walking near his Fowler home on Dec. 9.

Anita Ramirez hasn't stopped looking for her brother since the day he went missing. "We scout, we stay awake, we stay by the phone hoping to hear something," she said.

Subia was last seen walking near Adams and Clovis avenues in early December. The father of four never came home on Dec. 9 and didn't show up for work the next day.

Barbara Espinosa says Subia's wife hasn't seen or heard from her husband, and no one has any idea where he could've gone. "They have lots of children together. That's why it's very unusual for him to be gone as long as he has been. Christmas time is the ultimate time of the year for them," said Espinosa.

So far the family has pulled together $7,000 to offer as a reward for anyone who has information about Subia's whereabouts. This Saturday his family hopes to raise even more money at a fundraiser on their front lawn near Cedar Avenue and Huntington Boulevard. They're holding a raffle and selling food for anyone who wants to donate to a cause that Ramirez won't stop championing.

"I won't. Not until I hear something, until we get some kind of answer. Only God knows, and I guess I'll stop when God says 'enough is enough,'" said Ramirez.

The Fresno County Sheriff's Office still has no information about Subia and where he could've gone.

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