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March 3rd began as an ordinary day for Kurt Anderson and his family. On that Tuesday morning, the married father of three drove one of his kids to school in Sacramento, California. The child left the car and headed for class. The father put his foot on the gas pedal and drove away. But Anderson has not been seen since.
Did Anderson deliberately abandon his family? Is he running away from someone or something? Police have no answers.
They are, however, looking for Anderson and have classified him as a missing person.
Before he vanished, Anderson called work and said he would be in late. About that same time, he was allegedly caught on surveillance tape withdrawing cash from a grocery store bank.
Police say the video does not indicate foul play, according to local media reports.
Now – three weeks later – investigators have very few leads other than his car – a 2004 white Honda with the license plate #5EBD206.
Anderson is 51-years-old, 6’0, weighs 215 lbs, and has green eyes.
Take a look at the photographs in the Sacramento Police Department media release. If you recognize Anderson or the vehicle, contact the department at 916-443-HELP or send a text to 274637 and enter SACTIP.
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