Justin Liu, 28, is missing from Santa Cruz, Calif. Justin’s blue Toyota C-HR was found Nov. 19 alongside Highway 1, just north of Davenport, said the authorities.
His brother, Jay posted on social media, “My brother is been missing for a couple weeks at Santa Cruz, California, and he’s been reported missing… Just need everyone’s help to help us find him. Please keep our family in your prayer, and thank you for your help.”
Justin Liu is 6 feet tall and around 175 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He was wearing a black North Face jacket. He has a visible scar on the back of his neck.
Anyone with information on Liu or his whereabouts is asked to call the department’s missing- person unit at (831) 454-7646. His Case No. is 18-9844.
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