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Police Speak with Missing South Pasadena Man, Conclude He Voluntarily Left Home and Call Off Their 22-Day Search

22-day search for local man is called off

Published on Sunday, August 12, 2018 | 2:58 pm

South Pasadena Police said Sunday they have spoken with missing 45-year-old South Pasadena resident Andrew Dart and have subsequently removed him from their missing person system after they determined he is a voluntary missing adult.

Police said they had informed his mother, Pamela Dart, after the conversation.

South Pasadena police said they will not be providing any further details due to privacy issues, a statement from the Department read.

Andrew “Andy” Dart went missing July 21, according to his mother Pamela. She filed a missing person report the following day, July 22.

Although Andrew’s mother had insisted that Andrew required medication and that police were not doing enough to locate him, South Pasadena Police released a statement last week indicating that Andrew likely did not wish to be found and was possibly concealing his whereabouts.

In the previous statement police said “the investigation shows that Andrew is a voluntarily missing adult and that he took steps to conceal his location. There is no evidence of foul play associated with his disappearance and none is suspected.”

Sunday’s statement officially concludes the search for his whereabouts.

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