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Help find Sean Sidi

We need your help to find our son

Searching for Sean in Santa Cruz and Capitola

This weekend we took our search for Sean to Santa Cruz and Capitola.  Many fliers were posted near high foot traffic areas such as the Boardwalk, beaches, and downtown.  We also distributed Sean's fliers to local law enforcement and posted to community boards.

Many people we encountered in Santa Cruz had not yet heard of the search for Sean.  However, all were very sympathetic and promised to keep their eyes open for him.

We know without a doubt that Sean cannot be found unless people know that he is missing. We are determined to increase our efforts to raise awareness about our search for Sean.

THANK YOU to all who continue to post Sean's fliers and who tirelessly work to spread the word about Sean.  We are very grateful for your continued support during this very difficult time.

The Sidi Family

Sean's sister, Danielle, posting Sean's fliers in Santa Cruz, CA.

REMINDER - Sean will be featured today on Crime Pays$ Radio, Hosted by Max Cannon

CrimePAY$ for Sunday, August 11, 2013 

5:00PM EST

www.blogtalkradio.com/crimepays

 

Our deepest thanks goes out to Crime Pays$ Host Max Cannon for including Sean in this radio broadcast.

 

The Sidi Family

A Sunburst for Sean's Sweet and Sunny Smile

Each day that passes without Sean’s brightness and laughter brings an emptiness that cannot be filled.   Sean is dearly missed by many people who continue to hope, pray and work (by posting thousands of fliers and spreading the word about the search for Sean)  for his safe return.   
 
Below is a note about Sean from his Aunt Lianne. 
 
I always smile when I think of Sean.   Sean says the funniest things.  He could make all of us laugh and smile even when discussing composting and recycling.   He said things like, “We compost everything even chicken bones.”  He would say these funny things with that teasing, sweet smile of his.     Attached is a photo of a mirror that Sean brought back for me from one of his trips.  He said he picked it because he knew I liked mirrors.  It is perfect and reminds me of Sean ….. a sunburst for Sean’s sweet and sunny smile. 

Press Release - TEEN PLEADS FOR RETURN OF HER MISSING BROTHER

 

 

Danielle Sidi (15), with her big brother Sean Sidi (19) missing May 21, 2013 from San Francisco, CA.

Kym L. Pasqualini, the National Director for Missing Adults at NOKR.org has issued a national press release about Danielle's efforts to find Sean. 

To read the complete press release, please click the following link www.prlog.org/12189551-teen-pleads-for-return-of-her-missing-brother.html.

Photo of Danielle Sidi (15), with her big brother Sean Sidi (19), missing May 21, 2013, from San Francisco, CA.

 

Sean to be featured on Crime Pays Radio - Sunday, August 11, 2013

 

CrimePAY$ for Sunday, August 11, 2013 

5:00PM EST

www.blogtalkradio.com/crimepays

 

$25,000 Wanted Fugitive Reward - PHOENIX -  U.S. Marshalls Service15 Most Wanted fugitive list - Cameron Leezell Taylor is wanted by the Phoenix Police Department on four counts of attempted murder, four counts of aggravated assault, endangerment, assisting a criminal street gang and a drive-by shooting.

$5,000 Missing Person Reward - The family of a missing teenager who recently suffered a traumatic brain injury said that a doctor has warned the teen could die if he is not found soon. Sean Sidi,19, has been missing since May 21.

$100,000 Unsolved Murder Reward - ST. PAUL, Minn. — The killing of Cold Spring Police Officer Thomas Decker in November, 2012 is the first fatal shooting of a Minnesota law enforcement officer since 1970 that was not solved within a few days.

$100,000 Solved Reward Case - Jose "Joe" Luis Saenz, a murder suspect on the FBI's most wanted list gained weight and switched identities to evade authorities for 14 years, but his notoriety and a $100,000 reward finally led to his capture.

HOSTED BY MAX CANNON

 

Search for Sean Goes to Lake Tahoe

This weekend the search for Sean went to Lake Tahoe.  Fliers were distributed to police departments, county sheriffs, the California Highway Patrol and forest rangers from San Francisco to the Lake
Tahoe area.  Sean's fliers were also posted on community boards in many towns along I-80 and highway 49.  Although Sean's information is in law enforcement databases - distributing the fliers enabled law enforcement a new look at Sean.  We were told that all officers would be briefed as to the details regarding Sean and that his picture would be circulated - the next day.

Thank you all for posting and distributing Sean's fliers. Each flier posted gives Sean a better chance of being found.

The Sidi Family

Sean's father Claude Sidi outside of the City of West Sacramento Police Department

A Letter to Sean, from Rachel

Dear Sean,

I can’t help but count the days since you’ve been gone and I cant help but cry when I think about your absence. We had such great times, it feels just like yesterday that we were feeding ducks at the pond, getting shave ice at Waiola and ganging up on Jason. Along with you being gone so much more is happening in my life and I need my big cousin to help me. You are one of the few people I tell everything to and feel comfortable doing so, which is why I need you here. Who else is supposed to help me in my last year of high school drama? Yes I still have Syd and everyone else but no one could replace you. Everyone is worried sick and we need to know you are safe. Where are you, Sean? 

Rachel (Sean's cousin)

Picture of Sean (far right) with cousins Rachel and Jason.