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Kevin Nguyen last seen leaving Ft. Wayne bar

Kevin Nguyen missing Fort Wayne

Kevin Nguyen, 25, was last seen leaving a Fort Wayne, Indiana bar on Dec. 8, 2018. 

WANE 15 reports that the Nguyen family said that Kevin had been “kicked-out” of the Brass Rail on Broadway the night he went missing.  The family also said they know from his credit card statements that he paid his bill, bought a pizza from a food truck and called home for a ride home.  Then went missing. 

“The last time I heard from him was on Sunday at 2:44 am, when he called me to go pick him up from the bar that night,” Kevin’s sister Lian told WANE 15. “My mom went to pick him up and then I never heard from him after that.”

KevinĀ 

A video shows Kevin walking by the side of the building alone around 1:40 in the morning. 

Kevin was last wearing a dark blue jacket, tan skinny jeans, Burberry prescription glasses, and black Vans shoes. He has small black gauges in each ear and light facial hair. 

If anyone knows where Kevin Nyugen is please contact Fort Wayne Police Department (260) 427-1222.

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