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Help needed to find disabled man
Lost – Khoi Dang Vu, 25, is missing from his family’s Sifton-area home in Clark County
Tuesday, April 10, 2007
HOLLEY GILBERT and WADE NKRUMAH
VANCOUVER — The family of a deaf, mentally disabled man passed out fliers Monday, and the Clark County Sheriff’s Office set up a command post and sought tips from the public. But no new leads surfaced about the 25-year-old, who had been missing for nearly three days.
The FBI offices in Vancouver and Portland were assisting the sheriff’s office in the search.
“Right now, what we’re really asking the public for is to check their backyards, check their outbuildings, check their cars,” said Sgt. Tim Bieber, a sheriff’s office spokesman. “There’s a possibility in a situation like this that person will either hide or kind of get out of the elements and try to stay warm, stay dry.”
Khoi Dang Vu was reported missing at 8 a.m. Saturday by his sister and brother-in-law, Kieu and Josh Dylka, with whom he and his parents live. Vu and his parents watched television until about 1 a.m. Saturday, when Vu went to bed, said Josh Dylka. Continue