13. August 2013 19:48
We spent another busy day in Santa Cruz - posting Sean's fliers and making contact with soup kitchens, homeless shelters and other organizations providing services to those in need. Everyone was very helpful and encouraging and they took many of Sean's fliers to share with others working with the homeless.
Page - a worker at St Frances soup kitchen told us that she had recently 'found' a man who had been missing for a year. She recognized him from a photo sent by the missing man's sister - and put the man in touch with his sister. Page said that it was like finding a needle in the haystack.
We continue to hope and pray that we will be reunited with Sean soon.
The Sidi Family
Picture of Claude, Sean's dad, at homeless shelters in Santa Cruz, CA.
12. August 2013 09:59
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.