Our search for Sean continues and we accept any offers of help.
This past week, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) featured Sean on their website. See September 3rd post at https://www.facebook.com/missingkids?ref=stream where over 1200 people shared the post about the search for Sean. YOU DO NOT NEED A FB account to view the post.
Last week Captain Jason Cherniss of San Francisco Police extended a hand in the search for Sean.
A supporter of the Search for Sean told me how impressed she was with Captain Jason Cherniss, the commander of the Tenderloin Police Station in San Francisco. Given the large (& colorful) HOMELESS population in the Tenderloin, she urged me to seek out Captain Cherniss’ help in searching for Sean.
Captain Cherniss’ REPLY to my email INFORMING him about the search for SEAN and requesting his HELP in circulating Sean’s Flier to TENDERLOIN POLICE OFFICERS - is set forth BELOW…….
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My family is very active in the Sunset, and we have consistently posted fliers around our neighborhood and at businesses. This week I will post your sons picture in our (Tenderloin Police Station) newsletter. I will also have my staff send this flier out to every officer at Tenderloin.
I am so sorry for your family. I cannot imagine what you and your family must be going through. Please feel free to contact me anytime.”
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We are VERY grateful to CAPTAIN CHERNISS for his help, compassion & humanity!
Below: Cover page of Tenderloin Police Station Newsletter - Sean’s flier was included in August 28th edition.
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