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Joshua Thiede

Missing Person California Joshua Thiede

February 20 – Joshua has been found in the hospital.

February 19 – Joshua’s car has been found in Korea town

Joshua Thiede, 29, has been missing since February 11, 2018.  He was last seen near the 1000 block of Wilshire Blvd. driving his 2014 black Nissan Altima.  He works as a Uber and Lyft driver.

Janet Thiede told KTLA that Joshua made a 911 phone call around 2:30 a.m., but the call was hung up right away.

Joshua Thiede
Joshua Thiede

 

Lyft has been helping with the search for Joshua, as they believe he was driving for Lyft on Sunday.

Janet also stated that Joshua’s car might be in an underground parking garage and asked if you are going to downtown LA to look for Joshua’s car.

Josh is 6 feet tall and weighs about 170 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.  The plates on his black 2014 Nissan are 7CSD450, and the car has a dent in the back driver’s side bumper.

On Janet’s Facebook page she posted:

“This post is extremely hard me to write. Joshua Thiede, my brother, has been missing since Monday. We have been working with the LAPD since Wednesday to find him. His last call was to 911. We love him and need to find him. Josh was trying to launch a new organic shoe line. He was driving Uber/Lyft to supplement his income. His roommates and friends are working really hard in LA and my mom has been running leads. I know my brother would do anything to help find me if something happened to me. I need to do everything I can for him. Tell your family how much you love them everyday. Help me by sharing and forwarding this info on.”

There will be a search on Feb 18 for Joshua.  If you can join the search you can meet at the Starbucks close to 1000 Wilshire Blvd.

 

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