CLEVELAND - A website has been created, and social media effort under way, in hopes of safely finding a Cleveland man who was last seen at his Avon job Monday.
Dan Stasiewski, 29, woke up on June 4 and went to work at Kuno Creative, where he was last seen around 12:55 p.m. Cleveland police said the last activity of Stasiewski is him swiping his Giant Eagle card at the GetGo gas station adjacent to the web firm's offices.
The West 58th Street Gordon Square District resident is 5 foot 10, weighs about 175 pounds and was last seen driving his 4-door dark gray 2008 Honda Civic, license plate EML9446.
While Stasiewski's Twitter account has recent tweets posted, friends said he schedules many in advance. They're worried, admitting this is "odd" for Stasiewski to disappear without a trace.
"His phone is off, no interaction with social media, no interaction with anybody. His apartment was unlocked when the cops showed up there, but nobody was inside...After knowing him for many years I can tell you that he would never do this," said friend Jim Van Hise in an email to NewsChannel5.
The Cleveland detective working the case said the department is following up on any tips coming in, but that the disappearance seems very "suspicious."
"He goes to work every day early and stays late. He had appointments set up that he never made it to. The last phone call he made was at 11 a.m. (Monday)," said Detective Grabski.
Friends have set up this website, http://bringdanbackto.us to help spread the word about Stasiewski's disappearance. They're also spreading the word on Twitter using #FindDan.
"Dan's got a lot of friends and we're all working to help. The traction we've received on Facebook has been tremendous," explained another friend and former co-worker, Chris Satola.
Stasiewski was last seen wearing jeans, a plaid button-up shirt and gray converse shoes without laces.
If you have any information about the case, you can call Cleveland detectives at 216-623-5218 or 216-623-2704.
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