Steve Hammerle

February 25, 2015 by  
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Steve Hammerle1

Missing From: Manhattan, Kansas
Missing Since: 08/22/1981
Classification: Missing
White Male
Age at Disappearance: 25
Weight: 170
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Blue
Distinguishing Marks: Tattoos: LOVE LISA across tops of fingers; Small eagle tattoo on right upper arm; Devil tattoo in an unknown location on his body; all tattoos are homemade tattoos
Nickname: Stevie

Details of Disappearance
Stevie is paralyzed from the waist down and was confined to a wheelchair and was wearing a colostomy bag at the time of his disappearance. He was last seen with a man named Joseph Grashner, in a red van. They both were reported to have been seen leaving a birthday party on Pointz Ave, together with a group of people, in the red van. Neither Stevie, Joe, or the red van, have ever been seen again.

http://cjonline.com/news/2013-12-04/riley-county-cops-seek-help-active-investigation-men-missing-1981

Police Press Release link: http://www.rileycountypolice.org/sites/default/files/articles/2013/12/12042013_press_release_missing_persons_from_1981.pdf

Steve Hammerle

 

 

Investigative Agency:
Riley County Police Department
Manhattan, KS
785-537-2112

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February 8, 2015 by  
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Please request an application if you are interested in becoming a part of the team as a State Outreach Coordinator (SORC) applications are still being accepted until March 3, 2017, thank you. Contact cuecenter@aol.com

State Outreach Coordinator

The SORC program was developed in March of 2012 to be an extension of CUE Center’s service to communities across the nation offering available people on the ground when a person becomes missing.

To have a person closer to a region to access the case needs and aid in the delivery of support and resources to each circumstance.

Bring forth a better understanding of crisis help, funding needs and offering an awareness of missing persons and issues in their respective states.

• Program Goals: Launch in March of 2012
Objective: to offer more efficient help on the ground to aid a missing person case – to network and build additional professional volunteer resources in more states for a wider reach – to obtain more funding on a national level – to successfully recover more missing persons – to foster the spirit of dedicated volunteerism – to gain more support for awareness of issues concerning victims left behind

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