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Police looking for missing Long Island City man

Feb. 15, 2017 Staff Report

Police are searching for a man who went missing in Long Island City over the weekend.

According to the report, 31-year-old Daniel Kim, who lives at 43-10 Crescent Street, was reported missing, and was last seen on Saturday around 7 p.m.

He is described as a 5-foot-6 Asian man weighing about 180 pounds with brown eyes and black hair, and was last seen wearing black sweatpants, white shirt, black jacket and gray and black sneakers.

Police have released a photo of Kim, and anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).

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He’s a grown man. Just wondering what the circumstances of his disappearance might be.


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