“Andrew Koenig (AK-47, the video guy on “Never Not Funny,” and “Boner” from “Growing Pains”) has been missing for a week, last seen 2/14 in Vancouver. Didn’t make his flight back to the US on 2/16. The Vancouver Police are involved, and lots of people are looking. Could you reblog this and help get the word out? And say some prayers or think some positive thoughts?”
I thought it might be worth posting here in case anyone local has heard from him or has more information. I’ve met Andrew. He’s a friend of my husband and a nice guy. We really hope he’s okay.
Please feel free to repost.
If you’ve seen Andrew since February 14th, contact Detective Raymond Payette of the Vancouver PD at 604-717-2534.
In all my life this is the closest I’ve been (thankfully) to knowing a “missing person.”
I got the email about Lesley and Lyle Herring from a friend and wanted to post it here in case anyone may have seen either of them.
Here‘s the link to the blogger page with more photos and info – please contact the Hollywood police station (213-972-2971) if you’ve seeing either Lesley or Lyle. Their families are worried out of their minds.
Susan Szegedi was last seen on January 20, 2009, when she left her residencin the 400 block of North Gower Street in Los Angeles, (LAPD Olympic Area).
Szegedi requires medication, which she has been without since she vanished. Her family believes she may be distraught over the recent loss of a friend. Szegedi has uncharacteristically not made contact with her friends or family.
Szegedi is a forty-five year old Caucasian woman with brown hair, brown eyes, 5’7” and approximately 145 pounds. She is known to wear a pearl necklace.
Szegedi is believed to be driving her 2001 gray Honda Civic, California license number 4KYW571.
If you have seen or have any information regarding the whereabouts of Susan Szegedi, please contact the Los Angeles Police Department, Missing Persons Unit, Detective Bruce Kuehl at 213-485-5381.After hours or on weekends, calls may be directed to a 24-hour, toll-free number at 1-877-LAPD-24-7 or by texting CRIMES (274637) and beginning the message with the letters LAPD. Tipsters may also submit information on the LAPD website www.lapdonline.org. All tips are anonymous.