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***Updated***14-100 Deputies Seek Public’s Help In Locating Missing And Endangered Palm Harbor Man

***Update #2***

Deputies Seek Public’s Help In Locating Missing And Endangered Palm Harbor Man (For further details and pictures, please see release #14-100 at pcsoweb.com)

 Detectives continue to seek the public’s assistance in locating a missing and endangered Palm Harbor man. Edmund Giers has been missing since Saturday, May 10, 2014. Giers left his home in a 1999 white Geo Prizm 4-door with a Florida tag that read H951UJ.  A front vanity license plate reads “God Bless America”.

 According to family members, Giers may have been seen driving north into Pasco County (Holiday area) on Sunday, May 11th 2014.  Giers is familiar with Pasco and Hernando counties and has a liking to wooded areas.

 Deputies are asking the public for their assistance in locating him; and ask that anyone with information on his whereabouts, report it immediately to the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office (727-582-6200) or their local law enforcement agency.

 

***Update #1***

Detectives continue to seek the public’s assistance in locating a missing and endangered Palm Harbor man. Edmund Giers has been missing since Saturday, May 10, 2014. Giers left his home in a 1999 white Geo Prizm 4-door with a Florida tag that read H951UJ. A photo of a similar vehicle is attached.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts, is asked to report it immediately to the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office (727-582-6200) or their local law enforcement agency.

 

***Original release****

Who:
Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office
-Patrol Operations Bureau

Edmund C. Giers W/M (Missing and possibly Endangered)
5/20/1947
2573 Knoll St. East
Palm Harbor, FL.

Vehicle: 1999 white Geo Prizm – 4 DR
Florida tag: H951UJ

What:
Deputies are seeking the public’s help in locating a missing and endangered Palm Harbor man.

When:
Giers was last seen on 5/10/2014 at approximately 6:30 p.m.

Where:
2573 Knoll St. East
Palm Harbor, FL.

Why/How:
According to deputies, 66-year-old Edmund C. Giers was reported missing by his wife at about 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 10th, 2014.  Giers’ wife told deputies her husband left in their vehicle, a 1999 white Geo Prizm, Florida license plate H951UJ.

Deputies say Mr. Giers may be endangered as he does not have the medications that he needs to treat the various medical conditions he suffers from.

Mr. Giers is 5’11” and weighs about 176lbs.  He has green eyes and grey receding hair. There is a scar on Giers’ left wrist.  He speaks broken English but is fluent in the Polish language.  At this time his clothing description is unknown.

Mr. Giers has been entered into the NCIC and FCIC database as missing and endangered.

Deputies are asking the public for their assistance in locating him; and ask that anyone with information on his whereabouts, report it immediately to the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office (727-582-6200) or their local law enforcement agency.

1999 Chevy Prism - Similar to Actual Car

1999 Geo Prism – Similar to Actual Car

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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