Early Wednesday morning, a Washington soldier posted an alarming message on Facebook. He has not been seen since.
"Trust me, Im doing everyone that knows me a favor. Good bye world,” was the last thing anyone heard from Josh Warner.
That message was posted at 5:37 a.m. on Wednesday of last week. When he left early that morning, his wife Brandi thought he was just heading to work.
"He woke me up to give me a hug and kiss goodbye and then there was cops at my door, pounding on my door," Brandi Warner told local news station KOMO.
Officers came by to do a welfare check on their Spanaway home after Warner was missing from physical training that morning.
The missing man’s distraught wife said that he has disappeared in the past, but never for this many days on end.
"Out in the woods, I hope. Just taking a break. Got overwhelmed with something, is just going to come back out of it, ya know? I hope," said Brandi Warner.
The couple has two sons, ages 5 and 6.
"I just want him to come back, ok. That's all I want,” said Brandi Warner.
Josh Warner was last seen driving a brown pickup truck with Oregon plates reading “YXQ 038.”