UPDATE FOUND! Sister Reports Missing Brother From South San Francisco

South San Francisco, CA   March 24, 2016   

UPDATE: WE HAVE LEARNED THAT MICHAEL IS SAFELY HOME AND THANKS EVERYONE FOR THEIR CONCERN AND OUTREACH.

 

Michael was last seen 2 days ago in front of Brentwood Bowl on El Camino Real.

Michael was last seen 2 days ago in front of Brentwood Bowl on El Camino Real.

Marien  reports that her brother has gone missing and she is now working with SSFPD to put out an alert. “My brother Michael is missing and we’re very worried about him. I’m waiting for an officer right now to make a report.” Marien tells us.  “Michael was last seen in front of Brentwood bowl on El Camino two days ago (on foot). Please if anyone has seen him, or knows where he might be, please call me at 650xxxx”

Michael is about 6’1″ and wears hoodies and has been known to frequent storefronts or parks. “He’s had a tragic death on his Father’s side.” Marien continues “Michael’s extremely depressed and not thinking like himself. We really need to find ASAP. Thank you so much for your help!”

2 comments for “UPDATE FOUND! Sister Reports Missing Brother From South San Francisco

  1. Priscilla
    March 24, 2016 at 6:03 pm

    Update the lady that reported him missing isn’t even a relative she only claimed to be his sister giving the fact that the police would not put out a report unless she is related to him. Micheal as you know it is not always at the rite mental state. But comes and goes as he please. What we do know is that Michael has been travelling everywhere though out the bay area. Thank you for your concern his real sister.

    • Patrick
      March 24, 2016 at 6:35 pm

      Nice! Search And Rescue volunteers are called in on these emergencies and you can’t even give the proper information to them. SAR Volunteers do this on their own dime and on their own time to help others in need. At least have the decency to give them ALL of the information they need to do their jobs, and not what you think they need to know. We wish for the best outcome, but you need to look at the big picture as well.

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