South Pasadena Man Who Went Missing 22 Days before Police Called Off Search in August is Missing Again

Published : Monday, November 26, 2018 | 5:41 AM

The South Pasadena Police Department is looking for a 45-year-old South Pasadena man who reportedly suffers from bipolar disorder and other mental challenges who cannot be found in a new inciident which comes about three months after he went missing for 22 days last August.

On Saturday night, the South Pasadena Police Department said on Twitter:

“We @southpaspd are looking for Andrew Paul Dart. He walked away from home wearing a black long sleeve shirt and black sweatpants. If you see him please call 9-1-1 and let any PD know you have found Andrew. As always, we and Andrew’s family appreciate your assistance.”

The message did not say when Dart was reported missing again.

Last July 22, Dart’s mother Pamela Dart had reported him as missing in the first incident.

On August 12, police said they had spoken with Andrew Dart and subsequently removed him from their missing person system after they determined he was a “voluntary missing adult.”

The South Pasadena Police Department is turning to the public to ask assistance in locating Dart once again.

During the first incident his mother reportedly said that Andrew travels by Metro trains and bus and frequents McDonalds, the dog park, and horse stables.

In an August, 2018 interview with South Pasadena Review, Pamela Dart reportedly said her son had gone missing several times before.

She said Andrew was reported missing twice in 2011 and 2012 to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. He was reported missing in 2012 to the Los Angeles Police Department and back in 2015, he was reported missing to the South Pasadena police as well as July 22, according to data provided by police, the Review said.

In that interview, the Review said that Pamela Dart criticized the South Pasadena police for not doing enough to find her son.

Anyone with information about Andrew Paul “Andy” Dart is advised to call the South Pasadena Police Department at (626) 403-7270 or to visit the department’s webpage,

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