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Wesley Billingsly disappears from San Diego

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Missing Person San Diego Wesley Billingsly

Wesley Billingsly, 24, is missing from San Diego, California.  He was last seen on June 12, 2018 in the Pacific Beach area.  He was switching from three different houses of friends in the PB area, while he was looking for a job.

Christel Billingsly posted on Facebook that Wesley is always on Facebook and to hear nothing from him is highly unlikely.  Christel who lives in Sacramento has been single-handedly passing out flyers in the PB and state college area.

wesley billingsley
wesley billingsly

Also, missing is Wesley’s black Ford Expedition with California license plate 6HIN781.  Sometimes it is easier to find a vehicle than a person, so please keep and eye out for the car and let police know if you see it.  It may be parked on a side street or a parking lot in San Diego.

Wesley Billingsly is 5’8″, 135 lbs, Hazel eyes, brown hair. There is a $3000 reward for information.

The San Diego Police Department is asking anyone with information to contact the department at (619) 531-2277.

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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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