A Brevard County corrections deputy has been missing for more than 24 hours, and his family is especially concerned because he's a Type 2 diabetic and has not had his insulin since early Sunday.

Titusville police said Darrel Conner was last seen early Sunday morning at the Super 8 Motel on Garden Street. Conner's family called police a few hours later.

Deputies started handing out fliers Monday afternoon as they joined the search for the 43-year-old.

Investigators said they had no reason to believe foul play was involved in Conner's disappearance, but added his current medical status is of concern.

“He's insulin dependent so it's very important to find him very soon,” said Deputy Maria Fernez from the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office. “He has not been taking his medication in the past 24 hours, so it's very, very crucial that we find him."

Police said Conner, who is a father of two, checked into room 121 Saturday, but they would not say why.

Conner's cell phone, keys and car were all found at the motel.

The missing man is approximately 5 feet, 9 inches tall, and muscular in build. Police said Conner was last seen wearing jeans and a black polo shirt with a white T-shirt underneath.

"Obviously when you go through some type of diabetic reaction, you're not with your full faculties mentally," said Maj. Tom Barry with Titusville police. "He may have just been confused why he went and checked in here."

If you see Conner or know where he is, contact Titusville police at (321) 264-7800, the Brevard County Sheriff's Office at (321) 633-7162 or Central Florida Crimeline at (800) 423-TIPS (8477).