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Sunriver Police Looking for Missing Man

Raul Rodriguez' family is concerned about his welfare


Sunriver Police say a local man has not been seen since July 3, and they're asking people to be on the lookout.

Raul Rodriguez hasn't been seen since July 3. - SUNRIVER POLICE
  • Sunriver Police
  • Raul Rodriguez hasn't been seen since July 3.

Cops say Raul Arturo Rodriguez was last seen July 3. They believe he left home on July 4, driving his 1990 Nissan pickup. Rodriguez' family hasn't heard from him since, and they're worried about his well-being.

Police don't have any indication that foul play is involved. If you have any information, contact the Sunriver Police Department at 541-593-1014 or Deschutes County non-emergency at 541-693-6911.

Rodriguez' pickup is a maroon Nissan, like this one. - SUNRIVER POLICE
  • Sunriver Police
  • Rodriguez' pickup is a maroon Nissan, like this one.

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