It’s officially been 72 hours since OS1 Nick Guidry went missing from the Navy recruiting office in Seattle.
There was a satellite ‘ping’ from his cell phone late Tuesday night leading authorities to believe either Guidry, or his phone, are in the Oakland, California, area. Shortly after the brief transmission, the phone either went dead or was turned off.
The Seattle Police are now actively involved in the search for Guidry, or any clues into his whereabouts, and encourage anyone who might have information to call 206-625-5011.
Last night, just before Nick’s wife Cherie signed off the internet, she posted the following on her Facebook page:
Thank you to all of our family, friends, clients, and employees for the huge outpouring of love and support in this difficult time. There are way too many people to name in this post.
Nick is still missing and he or his phone may be in California. He still has not contacted anyone. I just want him to see this love and support and let him know that we all want him home.
Guidry is described as being 5 ft., 8 inches tall and weighing approximately 190 pounds. He has brown hair and blue eyes.
His wife, Cherie, has reason to believe he is not in uniform and is probably wearing denim jeans and a light weight yellow-lime colored zip-up jacket.
He apparently left the recruiting station voluntarily around noon on Tuesday, suffering from a migraine. His wife does not suspect foul-play in connection with his disappearance.
A veterinarian in the Greater Seattle area, Cherie (Dr. Guidry) has asked anyone with information to call her personal phone number at 360-348-7037. She is posting regular updates here on her Facebook page.
A personal interview with Cherie Guidry by this Examiner yesterday can be found here.
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