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Posted Jul 30, 2012, 3:52 pm
Tucson police are seeking public assistance locating a 28-year-old Tucson man, Shaun Michael Searle, who they say might be suicidal. Searle's family has not heard from him since June, a department spokeswoman said.
Searle was last seen near the 500 block of East Elm Street around 11 p.m on June 5, said TPD Sgt. Maria Hawke.
Searle is white, 6 feet 1 inches tall, with brown hair and blue eyes, and has has tattoos on both forearms, she said.
Searle's family originally made a missing persons report to the Pima County Sheriff's Department, who turned the case over to TPD after it was confirmed that he was last seen within the city limits, Hawke said.
The missing man has a medical condition, but Hawke did not disclose what it is, citing privacy concerns.
"Information was received that he might be suicidal," she said.
"It is unusual for him to go an extended amount of time without any communication with family or friends. In addition, there has been no activity on his bank or credit card accounts," Hawke said.
Searle has outstanding warrants in at least two misdemeanor cases.
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He was charged with assault, criminal damage, shoplifting and false reporting in an May 22 incident at a Midtown Safeway store. He was also charged in an April domestic violence case.
Anyone with information about Searle's whereabouts is asked to call 911 or 88-Crime, Hawke said.