Missing Person Nevada Izaak Towery
April 6, 2018 – A March 26, 2018 press release, stated that the LVMPD “were able to link several murders through forensic evidence, proximity and similarities of the crimes,” adding that the five suspects, ranging in age from 19-24, have been taken into custody. They are being held on federal immigration charges and face potential charges of kidnapping, assault with intent to commit murder, first degree murder, and the use of a firearm resulting in death. Isaak Towery was one of those murders.
March 3, the body of Isaak Towery has been positively identified as the man found on Charleston Mountain. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department “was notified by the Nevada Department of Forestry of a deceased male found in the area of [State Route 157 at mile marker 10.]” Authorities believe the crime happened at the scene.
Isaak Towery, 23, has been missing since February 9, 2018. He was last seen in Las Vegas, Nevada walking home from a friend’s house on Charleston and Nelli streets. He never made it home and he has not been seen since that Friday. A post for Izaak on social media states:
“Izaak was walking home from a friend’s house Friday night at 9pm. The walk was less than 10 minutes from his house. His walk home was in the vicinity of Charleston and Nellis ( Arizona and Arden more specifically ) . Izaak never made it home. Friends, hospitals and jails have been checked. Family and friends are worried that something is terribly wrong.
A police report has been filed. They are reaching out to social media for more help. To get Izaak’s face and story out into the public’s eye.
Hair: Blond (long hair last time seen)
Height: 5’7 “approximately”
Weight: 150 lbs “approximately”
Tattos: two tattoos on left arm. one is of a cross on his left upper arm. Unsure of the other tattoos.
Izaak was last seen wearing blue jeans, a white tank top, and a white ICP hoodie pictured below.”
If you have any information regarding this case you are urged to call the Las Vegas Police Dept At 702-828-3347.
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