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Deputies, family searching for Parkland man missing since Friday

Post by Alexis Krell / The News Tribune on March 25, 2013 at 8:13 pm |
March 25, 2013 8:20 pm

MissingJeff Sautell’s family says he finished work at the Fredrickson Boeing plant Friday night, stopped to get groceries and made it home around the usual time of 11:30 p.m.

His wife heard him put down his belongings, but he never came to bed, she told her family.

They reported him missing from his Parkland home Saturday morning, when they saw his car, wallet and cell phone were at his home in the 1700 block of 128th Street East, son-in-law Fred Hornshuh said.

Deputies are searching for the man today, Pierce County Sheriff’s spokesman Ed Troyer said.

He didn’t show up for work at the Frederickson Boeing plant today, Hornshuh said. He’s worked for the company for 33 years.

Sautell’s family says he is 5 foot 11, 150 pounds, and has a Tarantula tattoo on his left forearm and a Tasmanian devil tattoo on his right upper arm. He wears a diamond earring in his left ear.

He was last seen wearing a brown, long-sleeved shirt with a black vest, blue jeans, and a green watch.

The family asks anyone with information to call the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department at 253-798-0783. Fliers at local bus stops list a family number, Hornshuh said.


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