Missing 2 Months and 5 Days, Family Offers $5,000.00 Reward

Reward offered by San Francisco family of 19-year-old missing young man with severe traumatic brain injury (TBI)
By: Next of Kin Registry
Sean Sidi missing May 21, 2013 from San Francisco, CA
Sean Sidi missing May 21, 2013 from San Francisco, CA
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SAN FRANCISCO - July 26, 2013 - PRLog -- San Francisco - Sean Sidi vanished on May 21, 2013 near 150 Oak Street in San Francisco, CA. With the help of an army of volunteers, the Sidi family has conducted ground searches, held vigils, posted thousands of fliers, and even traveled to the Montana Rainbow Gathering in an effort to find the missing nineteen year old.

The Sean Sidi Facebook page and website (www.seansidi.com) are now averaging over 7,000 visitors per day. Hoping to generate the one lead that will bring Sean home safe, the family has announced they are offering a $5,000.00 reward for anyone with information that leads to Sean’s safe return or the arrest and conviction of any person(s) responsible for his disappearance.

According to a statement issued by Dr. Geoffrey Manley, Chief of Neurosurgery at San Francisco General Hospital, “Sean’s medical condition puts him at significant risk of death, or of not making a meaningful recovery from his brain injury if not found quickly.” Sean underwent emergency brain surgery only months before he vanished.

According to NOKR’s National Director for Missing Adults, Sean is considered an extremely “high risk” missing person case. “Sean’s medical condition places him in a category of individuals with a disability who are at significant risk of injury or victimization if not found immediately,” says Kym L. Pasqualini. “Every day Sean is missing creates more concern and urgency.”

Sean’s mother Lynn Ching hopes offering the reward will be the incentive that someone needs to provide information about Sean Sidi’s whereabouts.

The Sidi family is asking the public to continue to help distributing his flier nationwide focusing on shelters, food kitchens, churches, transportation centers, and hospitals. The Reward flier can be printed at www.seansidi.com or fliers can be mailed by contacting lynnkching@yahoo.com.

Please contact Lynn Ching at 415.713.5913 for interviews.

For general information and statistics about missing persons, you can reach Kym L. Pasqualini at 480.466.0063 or kym.pasqualini@nokr.org.

About NOKR
Established in January 2004, The Next of Kin Registry (NOKR) is a humanitarian non-profit 501c3 dedicated to bridging rapid emergency contact information. NOKR is a 100% volunteer work force with volunteers in 87 countries. NOKR is listed as a resource on more than 92% of all State websites, the American Red Cross, International Committee for the Red Cross, Homeland Security Disasterhelp.gov, USA.gov, Ready FEMA, and other federal agencies, as a critical resource for daily emergencies. NOKR is also an official partner of Microsoft HealthVault. For more information, please contact NOKR Deputy Director Gerry DiStefano at (803) 319-3017 or Kym L. Pasqualini at (480) 466-0063. Visit NOKR's website at www.nokr.org.
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