Morgan was staying at the Cold Creek Inn with his girlfriend, said Morgan’s half-sister, Deahna Scobie of Oakland. He left the hotel around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday. His girlfriend reported him missing to the Mount Shasta Police Department two days later.

A Bay Area man, whose family lost contact with him on Tuesday, was reported missing on Thursday, Mount Shasta police said.

Devohnte Morgan, 28, of San Francisco was reported last seen on North Mount Shasta Blvd., Mount Shasta police announced on Facebook.

Morgan was staying at the Cold Creek Inn with his girlfriend, said Morgan’s half-sister, Deahna Scobie of Oakland. He left the hotel around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday. His girlfriend reported him missing to the Mount Shasta Police Department two days later.

Morgan was last seen wearing a black knit turtleneck top, black sweatpants with a white stripe and flipflops, according to police.

Mount Shasta Police Department Lieutenant Joe Restine said Morgan was seen on video surveilliance in Mount Shasta on May 5, which corroborates that he was, in fact, in the city. He did not appear to be under duress, Restine said.

Morgan is classified as a "voluntary missing adult" and at this point, there is no evidence of malfeasance or other illegal activity surrounding his disappearance, Restine said.

Morgan is African American. He is in his late 20s, according to Scobie. His height is between 5 feet, 8 inches and 6 feet, according to family members.

Morgan has tattoos on his arms and hands, at least one of which is a money bag with a dollar sign on it, according to Morgan’s cousin, Daveea Whitmire of San Francisco.

Police ask anyone with information about the missing man to call (530) 926-7540.