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    CA - Robert Spellman, 27, Sherman Oaks, 12 April 2005

    Name: Robert Anthony Spellman

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    Classification: Endangered Missing Adult
    Alias / Nickname: Robert Green or Silver
    Date of Birth: 1977-10-02
    Date Missing: 2005-04-12
    From City/State: Sherman Oaks, CA
    Missing From (Country): USA
    Age at Time of Disappearance: 27
    Gender: Male
    Race: White
    Height: 68 inches
    Weight: 165 pounds
    Hair Color: Brown
    Eye Color: Blue
    Complexion: Medium
    Glasses/Contacts Description: Contacts (description not available).
    Identifying Characteristics: Freckle in eye, crooked upper teeth.
    Clothing: Possibly wearing gray "Nike Shox" athletic shoes, possibly carrying a blue "Addidas" bag.

    Circumstances of Disappearance: Unknown. Robert was last seen at approximately 8:00pm at a family member's residence in the vicinity of the 13500 block of Valley Hart Dr. in Sherman Oaks, CA. He may be seen in a blue Lexus or green Porsche. Robert may be in the area of Las Vegas, NV.

    Investigative Agency: Los Angeles Police Department
    Phone: (213) 485-5381
    Investigative Case #: 0510-15049
    NCIC #: M-554858400

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    Missing man's case stirs little concern

    08/17/2005
    Mariel Garza, Columnist

    Imagine that one day someone in your life your best friend, girlfriend, mother or neighbor suddenly, and without explanation, stops answering the phone. That's strange, you think. But certainly nothing to get alarmed about.

    After a few days of silence, the worry starts to kick in. You knock on their door no answer. You call their friends, who know nothing. Your friend or relative is simply gone.

    For every clear-cut missing-persons case like that of Natalee Holloway, who vanished in Aruba last spring after a drunken night out, there are hundreds of others who simply drop out of sight with little fanfare. And because the person isn't pregnant or a celebrity or a small child, you will probably never hear about them.


    http://www2.dailynews.com/marielgarza/ci_2947449
    Last edited by Jeana (DP); 04-13-2006 at 08:49 AM.

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    24 Weeks Since Robert Anthony Spellman Goes Missing Without A Trace Turns 28 Years Old Today

    Los Angeles, CA Sunday, October 2, 2005

    24 weeks have passed since the mysterious disappearance of Robert Anthony Spellman, of Sherman Oaks, California, whom today turns 28 years old, and he is still missing without a trace.

    As Robertís family and friends brace themselves as they try to celebrate his special day, they were very hopeful that he was there to join them. However, everyone still remains strong and hopeful for Robertís safe return. Robert is missed by many who love him and would like to wish him a Happy 28th Birthday Robert!

    The family continues to request the assistance of the local print, radio and television media to air Robert Spellman's story. As well as law enforcement to investigate any and all clues leading to the safe return of Robert Spellman.

    # # # #

    Contact Family Direct: 818.231.3406

    Robert Spellman Tip Line: 877.821.4631

    Robert Spellman Website: http://www.geocities.com/FindRobertSpellman/

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    Tracy Spellman wonít give up on finding her missing brother, Robert. While she hasnít succeeded in attracting local media to the story, (not for lack of trying) she did succeed with a well known Internet presence. Read the story on the Project Jason Voice for the Missing blog today. (link below) Itís entitled ďA Victory for Tracy.Ē Thank you.

    Kelly Jolkowski, Mother of Missing Jason Jolkowski
    President and Founder,
    Project Jason
    http://www.projectjason.org
    Read our Voice for the Missing Blog
    http://voice4themissing.blogspot.com/

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    Robert has now been missing for 1 year.

    Please take a moment to view his website and sign the guestbook if you can.

    http://www.geocities.com/FindRobertSpellman/

    fourboys

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    I wonder what happened to this young man? Something must have because most people don't just leave and never contact their family again. A year is a long time to be gone without any contact but I hope he just decided to leave home or his city and took off. Do the family think that he might have just taken off? Would he do that and not contact his family at all? I realize that he was 27 yrs when he went missing and he is old enough to do what he wants but would he do that? It is unbelievable how many people of all ages are missing. It's like a horror movie....it can't be real....but it is. Breaks my heart when I read about them and know that each person has a family at home heartbroken waiting for something...anything about their child.

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    http://www.geocities.com/FindRobertSpellman/

    **Press Release**
    Los Angeles, California (Monday, April 13, 2009,) Spellman family Increases Reward to $50,000 in Search for Robert Spellman. As today marks the fourth anniversary for Robert's disappearance, the Spellman family becomes even more determine to find out what happened to Robert.
    "Three things in human life are important: The first is to be kind; the second is to be kind; and the third is to be kind." ~ Henry James

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    http://www.dailynews.com/news/ci_13466825

    Looks like police are treating this as a homicide case. Suspects, no body, insufficient evidence to prosecute at this time.

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