BAYOU L’OURSE -- Assumption Parish sheriff’s deputies said Thursday they are looking for a truck driver who planned to take the weekend off for a camping and fishing trip but has not been seen or heard from since by neighbors, co-workers or his wife.

Neighbors told investigators that Jason J. Greenfield, 34, 228 Jamie Court, Bayou L’Ourse, was seen cutting his grass last week but he nor has truck has been spotted since, deputies said in a news release.

His wife, Sharron Greenfield, who lives in Missouri, informed deputies Wednesday about Greenfield’s missing status. She said she spoke with him Aug. 11 and said he was taking Saturday and Sunday off to go camping and fishing, deputies said.

She nor his employer, Cutrera Trucking Co., has heard nor seen him since, she told deputies.

Officials at Cutrera told in-vestigators that Greenfield was considering Cocodrie, Venice or Fourchon for his trip, deputies said. Greenfield has no boat and intended to camp in a pop-up tent, deputies said.

Greenfield is 5 feet, 6 inches tall and weighs nearly 300 pounds. He is white with light brown hair and hazel eyes.

He also has tattoos on each forearm: a cobra head on one and two pistols crossing in flames on the other, deputies said.

Greenfield drives a blue 1984 Ford Ranger with Louisiana li-cense plate W951646, deputies said. The truck has damage to the passenger door and also has primer paint spots around the vehicle, deputies said.

Those with information on Greenfield’s whereabouts should call the Assumption Parish Detectives Division at (985) 526-1627 or the Communications Division at (985) 369-2912.