Kitchener Man George Nasiakos, 29, Has Gone Missing
Police Concerned He May Bring Harm To Himself
By Olaf Heinzel
Do You Know George?
Waterloo Regional Police are requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing 29 year old male.
George NASIAKOS of Kitchener was last seen leaving work in the University Avenue / Phillip Street area of Waterloo on November 2, 2009 and did not return home. Police are concerned he may try to bring harm to himself.
He is described as male/white, 6', green-gray eyes, slim build, brown curly hair, full beard and mustache. He was wearing jeans and a long, black trench coat (to his knees) and black running shoes. He may be wearing glasses.
He may be driving a dark green 1995 dark green Volvo station wagon license plate: BHMD 595
Anyone with information is asked to contact Waterloo Regional Police Division 1 at 519 653 7700 ext. 4499.
His car was found in Waterloo, with no sign of him.
A trucker makes a frequent stop by where his car was found, police were able to find the trucker, who had not seen George.
Hope anyone who saw him will report it so they can reconstruct his activities.
According to Mapquest, St Clements is about a 20 min drive from Waterloo (ca. 10 miles).
1: Start out going NORTH on REGINA ST S toward WILLIS WAY.
2: Turn LEFT onto WILLIS WAY.
3: Turn RIGHT onto KING ST S/RR-15 N.
4: Turn LEFT onto LOBSINGER LINE/RR-15.
5: Turn RIGHT onto HERRGOTT RD/MAIN ST/RR-10.
6: Welcome to ST CLEMENTS, ON.
" November 06, 2009
ST. CLEMENTS — The body of a 29-year-old Kitchener man who went missing earlier this week has been found. "
ETA: "Foul play is not suspected."
Condolences to the family and friends of George Nasiakos.
Last edited by Utta Waye; 11-07-2009 at 08:32 AM.