MISSING PERSONS POST
Missing Persons - Luis Daniel Rodríguez Meyerhoffer, aged 51 Missing since June 8th 2021
A desperate appeal for citizen collaboration to obtain any clues to find his whereabouts. Luis Daniel Rodríguez Meyerhoffer, known by many in the Marina Baixa with the nickname Luigi, disappeared in the early morning of June 8th in La Nucía. Since then, neither family nor friends have heard from him.
He is 51 years old, a recognized degree of disability of 37% and needs to take medication for various health problems. He is of thin build, measures 1.75 meters in height, has blue eyes and short brown hair. He wears glasses and has a disability in his right hand and arm, as well as a degree of intellectual disability, aggravated after suffering two strokes and a heart attack. When he disappeared, he was driving a white Toyota Yaris car, with license plate 6472KFY, and was wearing blue jeans, a white short-sleeved shirt and blue sneakers.
Alfonso Rodriguez, the father of the disappeared, has asked through for help to find the whereabouts of his son, providing any information or information that allow to advance the investigation that has opened the Civil Guard of Altea. As explained by the parent, Luis left the early morning of June 8th from his home, located in an urbanization between Benidorm and La Nucía, and took his mobile phone which stopped working at about 1.30 p.m. that day, probably when it ran out of battery, and since then no new connection has been recorded. There have also been no bank movements in his account, the father adds.
Apparently, the investigations carried out by the Civil Guard have discovered, thanks to the recordings of different traffic and road control cameras, that Luigi's vehicle transited through different locations of the Community since shortly after his disappearance. The track is lost in Aspe, after noon on June 8th, since which time there has been no trace of the car he was driving when he was last seen.
Luis needs to take different medications for the conditions he suffers and that he did not take with him when he left home. His father does not explain what could have happened and, although he recognizes that the prospects are not too good, he requests that anyone who could have seen his son or could provide any clue contact the Civil Guard barracks in Altea 965 840 525 or 965 840 052 or call his family's contact numbers: 366875141 or 616967494. "We need to find him and know what has happened to him," concludes Alfonso, broken with pain by the situation he is experiencing.
This article has been translated from Spanish to English, so some detail may be lost in this translation, read the original article here.
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