The seek for lacking Lake Carolina kayaker Theron Wallace continues

“What holds us together is faith. It’s God, ”said Wallace’s brother Cadre.

COLUMBIA, SC – The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) on Monday continued a search in a Richland County lake for a kayaker who disappeared on Christmas Day.

Theron Wallace took his kayak for an early morning paddle on Saturday but never returned. His family said he loved the outdoors and was not unlike him to do such a thing.

“He likes to be one with nature, so he goes barefoot in the morning and looks at the sun,” said Theron’s brother Cadre. “So I guess that’s nothing, it’s really nothing to worry about.”

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The Wallace family is looking for answers during this time. They also want everyone to know the person behind the missing person photo.

“My brother is like my twin, he gives energy to the people in the room,” said Cadre. “He’s very intelligent, he’s a bit introverted, but he brings out the best in people.”

He’s also studying Psychology at the University of South Carolina-Aiken and loves everything to do with exercise.

The last three days have not been easy for the Wallace family, but they said one thing holds them together.

“What holds us together is faith. It’s God, “said Wallace.

The family said they received a mark from God that was left on Theron’s bed. An open Bible – with a single verse highlighted.

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The verse reads: “He will free his soul from going into the pit and his life, so see the light.”

“It was very inspiring to read and see,” said Wallace.

Wallace’s family said he was wearing his life jacket and the location of his phone was last found in the Kelly Mill in the St. George area.

If you have any information, the Wallace family requests that you contact your local law enforcement agency.

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