RAYMOND The Raymond Police Department is asking for the publics help in their investigation of the disappearance of 18-year-old Raymond resident Killian P. Tsogo.
Tsogo was last seen by a friend who dropped him off in the 500 block of Smith Creek Road in Pacific County in the late afternoon/early evening on Tuesday, May 22. He was last seen on foot with no associated vehicle.
Tsogo was reported missing by his father on May 29.
Tsogo is described as 6-foot-3-inches tall and weighing 180 pounds, with black hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a white sweatshirt and jeans.
Raymond police say Tsogo gave no indication that he was leaving the area or had any intention of harming himself.
We dont have a lot of information as to what he was doing out there, Raymond Police Chief Chuck Spoor said Monday. There was no indication that he was leaving the area, and he didnt have a bag packed with him.
The Pacific County Sheriffs Office assisted the department in conducting a search of the area where Tsogo was last seen three weeks ago. Spoor said no clues were found in the search.
Spoor said the department has followed up on any tips they have received, but nothing is concrete as of yet.
Its an active missing person case, Spoor confirmed. The circumstances are certainly unusual, but generally they are in these kind of cases.
Authorities say Tsogo was a senior at Raymond High School, which held its graduation ceremonies on June 9.
The Raymond Police Department is seeking out anyone who may have seen or had contact with Killian Tsogo on or after May 22. Please contact the Raymond Police Department at 360-942-4120, or 24-hour dispatch at the Pacific County Sheriffs Office, 360-875-9397.