A Toronto-area family is still hopeful their husband and father will return home safely.

In October, 38-year-old Eugene Kim went missing after he was last seen buying a camping permit in Algonquin Park. According to family, Kim had dropped his kids off at school in Markham that morning and was expected to go to work. Police reported his cell phone had been used near a tower in North Bay and an Algonquin Park attendant spotted Kim later that afternoon. He wasn’t seen again after that. Algonquin Park officials searched the area in the air and on the ground, but couldn’t find Kim.

His family recently wrote on the Facebook Page ‘Help us find Eugene Kim’ they are feeling stuck in limbo and are hoping he will come back home. York Regional Police and the OPP have been working together to investigate Kim’s disappearance. Anyone with information on Kim’s whereabouts is asked to call the police. You can also leave an anonymous tip by calling Crime Stoppers.