Chad Evaniuk: Missing from Pennsylvania Found

UPDATE:  Authorities have said the photographs from surveillance cameras at the ATMs where Chad’s bank card was used, show it was Chad that used the card. 

Chad has refused to talk to his parents and since he did not break any laws, the police have not filed any charges.  The hospital staff have told Chad’s mother that he had two hotel receipts on him, but that is all they could tell her.  Because Chad is an adult, they cannot divulge anymore information as Chad has specified he does not want any visitors.  Which includes his parents.  Hopefully, Chad will grow up and reconsider his parents feelings and talk this whole mess out.

UPDATE: Chad has been found at a hospital.
Earlier this week, Chad’s bank card was traced first to Arkansas, then to Missouri.
It is unknown if Chad was driving around the Midwest, or if the cards were stolen from him.
Then Tuesday night, Chad walked into the Forbes Regional Hospital in Monroeville.  He gave the nurses a wrong name, but an attending nurse recognized him and called the police.  Police said Chad did not seem to know where he was or recall what happened to him.

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Chad Evaniuk, 19,  of Tarentum was last seen on Tuesday, February 21.  He left the house to go to class at Penn State New Kensington, but never made it.

Chad took his taptops and also took a couple of hundred dollars out of his bank account that morning.  Frazer police said that Chad has also been accessing his bank through ATMs in the Midwest.

Chad’s father, Rick Evanuik wanted to tell his son to contact the family to let them know he is alright.

Chad may be driving a black 1996 Dodge Avenger with a Daffy Duck bumper sticker on the back with license plate FSN-5572. 

Chad is 6 feet 1 inch tall. He was seen wearing a brown, leather jacket and blue jeans.

Anyone with information to his whereabouts is asked to call Frazer police at 724-241-4204 or 412-473-3056.

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America.

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