Find missing Leon A Feld!
He has been missing for five months.
Why has he gotten no publicity?
Why are missing persons searches so unequal?
Find Missing Leon A Feld!
Find missing Leon A Feld! Leon A. Felt was last seen near Perry Road and Mills Road. He was last seen in NW Harris County, Texas on August
18th 2017. Leon is missing under completely unknown circumstances. Who last saw him? Does he have any medical needs? What was he doing when last seen? Was Leon missing on foot or in a vehicle? Is vanishing without warning characteristic of Leon A Felt? Information in his case is sharply limited. Leon has short brown hair, and a scar on his left cheek. He also has a Chinese symbol on back, and another tattoo on his chest. At this time, it is unknown what color, style or type of clothing that Leon was wearing.
Leon A Felt is a Caucasian male. He is 54 years of age. His year of birth is 1962.Leon is described as 6’2″ and 200 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes. His complexion is described as light.
Find Missing Leon A Felt!
Leon A Felt is another example that missing persons searches are not equal. It has been over five months since he went missing. And we are just now learning about his case? Very few results show up for him on the Internet or on Facebook. It seems that his family and friends have no social media presence. A Facebook group or page can help revive Leon’s case. But that would be his family’s decision. We have so little information to go on. There is a lack of the basics. So he is missing under virtually unknown circumstances. Information is badly needed in his case. That includes even information concerning whatever the circumstances of Leon’s disappearance may be.
If you have seen Leon or have any information on his whereabouts, please contact Harris County Precinct 4 (281) 376-3472 Call Toll Free 877-270-9500
Call Main 281-309-9500. Or you can email your information to: info@TexasEquuSearch.org
Police/Sheriff: Harris Co. Pct. 4 Constables
Officer’s Phone #: (281) 376-3472
Officer’s Case #: # HC17-133215
TES Case #: # 17-1821
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The second image and additional information are courtesy of Our Missing Hearts, Inc.