Police Asking Businesses for Video Surveillance Footage to Help Find Missing Person in Washington
Marcos Sanchez, 23, disappeared in Wenatchee, Wash., on Saturday. Police have already received helpful surveillance footage to add to the timeline of his disappearance.
WENATCHEE, Wash. — Police here are calling on businesses to review their video surveillance footage to help a continuing effort to find a missing 23-year-old.
So far, businesses’ security cameras have helped give police a timeline of Marcos Sanchez’s whereabouts before he disappeared on Saturday, according to a report by 560 KPQ.
“If people in businesses in south Wenatchee or in East Wenatchee could review their surveillance footage after 12:30 [Saturday morning], if they see a person matching the description, we would definitely like to hear about that,” said Wenatchee Police Captain John Kruse.
Previous collections of video surveillance tracked Sanchez from 11:30 p.m. on Friday until 12:30 a.m. Saturday, last seen crossing Bridge Street. He was wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans, brown boots and a flannel dress shirt.
“According to friends and family, this is completely out of character” for Sanchez, Kruse said. “He usually is very good about contacting his girlfriend, about contacting family [and] does so on a regular basis. This is not normal behavior at all.”
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