No new updates on our search for Sean (Sidi). We are cognizant that many missing persons are not found for years, and many more never found.. We do not know how many will be following the search for Sean as time passes. However, we do know that our love for Sean will carry us on for as long as it takes.
On Friday, I received a call from a bounty hunter in Eugene, Oregon. He called to tell me that he saw Sean's flier up at "Eugene Mission", a place that serves the homeless (thanks to Sean’s AUNT LIANNE who has been mailing Sean's fliers to homeless shelters across the country, non-stop).
Our intent is to use San Francisco and the Bay Area as a home base (for vigils, media, (posting of fliers) etc.) while distributing Sean’s fliers across the country. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) is continuing to send Sean’s AD across the United States. Finding Our Children Under Stress (FOCUS/"3-Children" Organization www.threechildrenfocus.org) is distributing a binder containing fliers of Missing CHILDREN (including Sean Sidi’s) to post offices across California. We will post FOCUS/”3-Children” pictures later this week.
YOU can help by continuing to SHARE Sean’s FB posts and by POSTING a flier or two ANY PLACE IN THE United States!!! WE WOULD LOVE A PHOTO OF YOU, SEAN’S FLIER AND THE LOCATION WHERE Sean’s FLIER HAS BEEN POSTED!!!!
We will MAIL Sean's fliers anywhere in the United States. To receive a packet of Sean's fliers please email email@example.com with your mailing address.
See www.seansidi.com or www.facebook.com/findseansidi for more information on the search for critically injured Sean Sidi, age 19, missing from San Francisco, CA since May 21, 2013. Sean, age 19 (time of missing), is 5’5”, 120 lbs, slim build; Asian/White; dark brown hair & eyes; WEARS SILVER DENTAL BRACES; has dimples; right eye droops slightly. Sean may not know his name and may be disoriented due to a traumatic brain injury suffered shortly before going missing. He is in URGENT need of medical care.
Picture of Sean back packing with good friend Leonore.