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AK - Damon Bonds, 31, Anchorage, 27 March 2004
Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Missing Since: March 27, 2004 from Anchorage, Alaska
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: May 9, 1972
Age: 31 years old
Height and Weight: 5'5, 140 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics: Caucasian male. Brown hair, hazel eyes. Bonds has previously fractured his right arm. His left ear is pierced. Bonds wears eyeglasses with small gold/tan wire frames.
Clothing/Jewelry Description: Silver rings and a leather strap necklace with a medallion.
Details of Disappearance
Bonds was last seen in the DeLong Lake parking lot in the vicinity of the 6300 block of Jewel Lake Road in Anchorage, Alaska, at 8:00 p.m. on March 27, 2004. Several days later, his black and gray 1995 Ford F-250 XLT extended cab pickup truck was found in the parking lot where he was last seen. Bonds's cellular phone was on the front seat, the doors were unlocked, and his dog, a Laborador retriever mix named Scully, was in the bed of the truck.
Bonds has never been heard from again. He is a graduate of Deer Park High School in Deer Park, California and had lived in Anchorage for five years prior to his disappearance. His family lives in Houston, Texas. Police checks with local airlines showed that he did not fly out of Anchorage under his own name.
Bonds's relatives say Bonds was very attached to Scully and would not have left the animal behind, and also would not have abandoned his infant son. He called his family regularly, but they have not heard from him since March 2004. Foul play is suspected in Bonds's disappearance. His case remains unsolved.
12-year-old cold case gets new look from search and rescue group
A 12-year-old cold case might be heating up, thanks to the help of a nonprofit search and rescue group. Texas Equusearch has agreed to look into the Damon Bonds case.
Bonds was last seen on March 27, 2004. Police found his truck abandoned at Delong Lake Park in Anchorage a few days later, his keys, cell phone and dog still inside.
Initial search efforts were unsuccessful, although Anchorage police said they do believe foul play was involved in Bonds disappearance. His sister, Courtney Broussard, agrees. She said her brother never would have walked away by choice.
I immediately thought foul play, Broussard said. He was in a heated custody dispute with his ex for his infant son and they were the last ones to see him.
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