Four men disappear traveling together to an unknown location in California

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Missing Person California Four men disappear

Dan Nguyen, 33, Johnson Nguyen 32, Anesi Sauta, 39 and Tony Sysavanh, 31 have been missing from California since May 15, 2017.  They were last seen in a grey Jeep driving from Orange County to go to Oroville.   They Jeep was a rental and the man they rented it from stated that the four told him they were going to Oroville.  Later they contacted him for directions to Mad River in Trinity County.

A cell phone picture pins Souta to the Old Walmart Parking lot on Orodam Blvd. and Feather River Blvd. on the afternoon of May 16, 2017, reports Oroville News Live.

The family went to Mad River to search for the men but they were not located.  The family stated they don’t believe that the four was ever going to Mad River and it was just a story being told.  They believe the four were actually traveling to the Berry Creek area where people go to work helping with marijuana cultivation.

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four men disappear

One of the men’s phones were found next to a boat parked in front of a home in the 2000 block of Stewart St. in Stockton.

From cell phone pings, the last known whereabouts of the men were in Berry Creek, Butte County negating the story the family and authorities were told.

If you know any information please contact Trinity County Sheriff’s Office at (530)623-2611

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