Kevin Lanagan missing while traveling on the bus from Idaho to Rhode Island

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Kevin Lanagan

Kevin Lanagan missing Rhode Island

Kevin Lanagan, 38, went missing while traveling.  He was last seen on Saturday, November 17, 2018 boarding a bus in Boise, Idaho.  He was on his way to Woonsocket, Rhode Island to visit his brother.  He was supposed to arrive in Providence, Rhode Island on Wednesday, November 21.  He had stops in Denver, Philadelphia and New York City (schedule below).  His nephew dropped him off about 2 hours before the bus left.

The family would like to talk to anyone that was on the bus and in particular if they saw Kevin get on the bus in Boise.  You can contact us here or the Facebook for Kevin.

Kevin is approximately 5ft8in tall and weighs approximately 180-200lbs.  He has brown hair and blue eyes and usually wears a hat.  He has a tattoo on his left bicep of a ying yang shaped like a dragon.  He was wearing his gas monkey garage sweatshirt and darkish green hat with the black brim.

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

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