UPDATED: Police locate missing man with PTSD

With the assistance of of local media coverage police have located Jeremiah D. Robertson of St. George, Utah, who went missing in July | Photo courtesy of St. George Police Department, St. George News.

ST. GEORGE — Police announced Friday that they have been unable to locate a 34-year-old man with post-traumatic stress disorder and are asking the public’s assistance finding him.

Update Nov. 5, 9:45 a.m.  The St. George Police Department announced in a statement that Jeremiah D. Robertson was found safe and that they appreciate the local media attention.

Jeremiah D. Robertson of St. George, Utah was last seen in in July 2018 | Photo courtesy of St. George Police Department, St. George News.

Jeremiah D. Robertson, who was last seen in St. George in July, is described as having a light complexion with blond hair and hazel eyes and weighing 180 pounds.

Authorities say he drives a green 2002 Buick LeSabre with New York license plate No. GWH5380 and that he may be living in his vehicle.

Although the post originally appeared on the St. George Police Department Facebook page on Friday, the department was not available to provide information as to why the missing person advisory was just released.

If you have any information on Robertson’s whereabouts, please contact the St. George Police Department at 435-637-4300.

PTSD is a mental disorder that can develop after witnessing a tragic event. It can be serious, debilitating and may require treatment. If you are in crisis and need support call 1-800-273-8255 or go the website of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

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1 Comment

  • ladybugavenger November 5, 2018 at 10:54 am

    That’s good.

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