Air Force Airman rents car and goes missing in California Found

UPDATE:  8/6/15 – Erik has been found deceased.

Original story:  Erik Davidson, 20, has been missing since July 26.  He rented a car but did not tell anyone where he was going. 

Erik is a U.S. Air Force Airman studying at the Defense Language Institute, 1759 Lewis Road in Monterey, Calif.  The car he rented is a silver Hyundai Accent with Nevada license plates 938AZL.

“Erik loves the outdoors – he loved places like Monument National Park in Utah. He is an outdoor kind of guy who loves scenic places . He loved to ski and the snow. He is a very kind guy who always looked after those around him. His smile brought light to my day. No matter what he was going though he would look after me,” Joschua Beres, Erik’s best friend told MPofA.

Erik could have driven to Utah, so just keep it in mind as you are on the road to keep a look out for the Hyundai Accent.  Keep it in mind when you stop at a restaurant or to get gas to look for the rental car.  

Erik may be suicidal, according to his mother, and all calls to his cell phone go to voice mail, but that could mean he just turned it off.

Car similar to what Erik would be driving

Erik is 6’2″  with brown hair and blue eyes and 170 pounds.  He was wearing blue shoes, skinny jeans, a black long-sleeved shirt, glasses and a brown watch on his left wrist.

If you see the rental car or Erik please call the Monterey Police Department at 831-242-7851.

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