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Nathan Yaffee missing from Sacramento since March FOUND

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Missing Person California Nathan Yaffee

According to a Facebook post in September, Nathan Yaffee was found.  The post read, “Nathan has lost everything this past year and needs help to get back on his feet.He needs proper care and support during this healing process .Thank you for any support or sharing during this fragile time.”  There is a GoFundMe account set up to help him get back on his feet on September 19, 2018.

Nathan Yaffee, 28, has been missing from Sacramento, Calif. since March 30, 2018. He was last seen at an apartment at Woodside Oaks.  His clothes were left behind.  His cell phone has been turned off or the battery has gone dead.

Nathan Yaffee
Nathan Yaffee

“If he has left Sacramento we feel he is heading to San Francisco or Lo s Angeles, and then New York City, with a goal to leave the country,” Nathan’s mother, Marilynn Ya told me.  “However, we have just learned he has not money and may not have any identification so he will be stranded in some city.”

Marilyn has been paying Nathan’s phone bill to keep in communication with him, but now the phone is off.

If you see Nathan, please call the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office at 916-874-5115 or leave a tip here.

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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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