Four years after he went missing, the family of a Hudson Valley man continues to hope their loved one is found.

Raymond Locascio, then 62, was last seen in the Monroe area on July 8, 2014. He was driving a mint green 2006 Ford Taurus with a New York license plate that read, DJD 8622.

Locascio was described as being a 5'10" 220-pound white man. He was last seen wearing blue jean shorts and a blue polo or t-shirt with the “Beav Ex” logo on it. Locascio wears glasses and often wears a baseball cap, police say.

On July 10, 2014, his car was found by New York Park Police in the Turkey Hill Parking Area off State Route 6, Long Mountain Parkway, in the Town of Woodbury. The car was found near the entrance of numerous hiking trails in Bear Mountain State Park.

It was also believed that Locascio may have been in the Silver Mine Lake parking lot off Seven Lakes Drive in the Town of Woodbury.

Locascio is diabetic and when he went missing, police believed he didn't have his meds with him.

Family members are resharing information on the four year anniversy of Locascio going missing in hopes it helps find him.

Anyone who may have seen Locascio or his vehicle, photos below, are asked to please contact the New York State Police at 845 457-1388 or Town of Cornwall Police Department at 845-534-8100.