An at-risk person who went missing Tuesday has been safely located.
“Make time for people, be open to meeting new friends, take care of each other,” Kreycik’s wife Jen Yao said during a press conference Thursday.
A volunteer searching the area found the body of a man matching Philip Kreycik’s description around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday.
The missing teen was located and returned to her family Wednesday, according to Berkeley police.
Kreycik was reported missing in the Pleasanton hills on Saturday, July 10.
The 37-year-old man went on a run Saturday afternoon but hasn’t returned.
Humboldt County authorities have found partial human remains not far from the abandoned vehicle of Beebee Simmons, who has been missing for nearly a month.
A Berkeley artist and musician went missing in Humboldt County after asking for directions to a Buddhist temple in nearby Trinity County in early September, authorities report.
A dispatcher who took a call from a tipster who had seen David Boutelle allegedly told her the missing man had been found when he hadn’t.
A hospital social worker who had been trying to find David Boutelle’s family saw the Berkeleyside story about him, which led to them being reunited.
David Boutelle walked away from his Durant Avenue apartment, leaving his wallet, phone and car keys behind. He and his brother had planned to go grocery shopping.
Christine Jama has been found, police report.