Mixed-martial artist missing for more than a week More than one thousand people have joined a Facebook page dedicated to finding a missing Kelowna, B.C., mixed-martial arts fighter and promoter. Geoffrey Gordon Meisner, 33, disappeared Nov. 27, according to a missing person poster distributed by his family and friends. Kelowna RCMP issued a press release about the missing man on Friday. The release indicated that the detachment's major crimes unit was involved in the case. According to police, Meisner was last seen by his wife on the morning of Nov. 27. She had dropped him off at his vehicle, which was parked at the Orchard Park Mall. The vehicle, a white 2010 Ford F350 pickup was found later that evening outside a Starbucks at Highway 97 and Leathead Road. Family friend Lisa Hilts told ctvbc.ca Saturday that Meisner and his wife, Tammy, were in constant contact with each other daily, either through phone calls or text messages. She said the couple and their four daughters -- ages 5 to 11 -- moved into a new home two weeks ago. Meisner had been scheduled to attend a mixed-martial arts event in Vernon last weekend, and everyone was surprised when he didn't show up, she said. Meisner is Caucasian, stands 6-1, weighs 275 pounds, has a muscular build and is bald. He was last seen in blue jeans, a white T-shirt and a brown hoodie. Anyone with information is asked to call 1-250-762-3300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.