Brian Sullivan’s family to mark 5th anniversary of his disappearance
Jul 6, 2012
The family of Brian Sullivan, who went missing July 8, 2007, is planning to release butterflies on Sunday to mark the fifth anniversary of his disappearance.
“We as a family are not complete without Brian and need to have answers,” said the Sullivan family in a press release.
Brian Sullivan was 19 when he was last seen at 5:38 a.m. July 8, 2007, at the Burger King restaurant on Chili Avenue in Gates. He was wearing blue jean shorts, a blue pinstriped button-down shirt and a green baseball cap.
His 1995 red Pontiac Sunfire was found nearby, at the end of Lettington Avenue, off Hinchey Road.
A receipt from the restaurant was found in his car, along with his bank card, and there were no bank transactions or calls made on his cellphone, his mother said shortly after the disappearance.
There have been several searches conducted to find Sullivan. Searchers have combed more than 100 acres of the woods near where Sullivan was last seen.
His family has worked with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the CUE Center for Missing Persons in hopes of finding him. The case is still active and under the jurisdiction of the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office.
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