The Fort Lee Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a Fort Lee resident who is married with two children.
Last Known Location: Rockefeller Lookout, Palisades Interstate Parkway
Date and time of occurrence: 4/7/2014 / 2000 hours
Name: Hans Jong LEE (also known as Hyung Jong LEE)
Description: 50 year old Korean Male, 5’7”, 175 lbs., brown hair, brown eyes, birthmark on his hand
Clothing: Last seen wearing beige pants, light blue t-shirt, navy polo jacket.
Located Vehicle: Silver 2000 Honda CRV 4-dr SUV
Alumni Member of Whimoon High School Seoul South Korea
On 04/07/2014 Palisades Interstate Parkway Police located an abandoned Silver Honda CRV SUV parked at the Rockefeller Lookout. The Fort Lee Police Department was asked to respond to owner’s residence. It was discovered that the vehicle’s owner, Mr. Hans Lee had not been heard from or observed since 1100 hours that morning. A comprehensive joint investigation was initiated Monday evening and given top priority by both the Fort Lee Police and the Palisades Interstate Parkway Police. The Palisades Interstate Parkway Police and the Fort Lee Police Department Emergency Services Unit conducted extensive searches of the Rockefeller Lookout and the surrounding area. The Englewood Cliffs Fire Department, the New Jersey State Police Aviation Unit and the Bergen County Sheriff’s Department K-9 Unit assisted with the searches. In addition New York City Police Department Harbor Unit participated in the investigation.
The investigation is on-going and we are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Mr. Hans Lee and what occurred up to the point he went missing. Mr. Lee’s whereabouts are unknown at this time.
Please contact the Fort Lee Police Department Detective Bureau if you visited the Rockefeller Lookout on Monday April 7, 2014 and may have observed Mr. Lee or his vehicle. If you have had contact with Mr. Lee the day of his disappearance or since, or if you have relevant information please contact the Fort Lee Police Department at 201.592.3510 or 201.592.3700. Information on this case or other relevant police matter may be emailed to the Detective Bureau at email@example.com.
During the week starting on Sunday April 6, 2014; the Fort Lee Police Department will be conducting a Cops in the Crosswalk program utilizing a decoy officer in plain clothes crossing the street. The goal of this program is to gain compliance from the motoring public to ensure the safety of pedestrians crossing the street.
For the next three weeks the Fort Lee Police Department will be cracking down on texting and driving.
If you text and drive you pay.
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