Sheriff Dart Seeks the Public’s Help to Locate Missing Man from Unincorporated Leyden Township (Cook County, IL) – Cook County Sheriff Thomas J. Dart is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing endangered man from unincorporated Leyden Township.
Francisco Saucedo, 27, was last seen at his residence in the 2200 block of Gustave Ave on January 5 when he left the residence after a domestic dispute in a 2007 White Toyota Camry with the license plate CW 13025.
On January 5, Sheriff’s Police responded to a 911 call in Leyden Township regarding a domestic dispute. When officers arrived, Saucedo exited the residence through a rear window, possibly injuring his hands. Saucedo suffers from schizophrenia and is non-verbal.
Saucedo is described as a male Hispanic, approximately 5’ 07” tall, weighing approximately 190 lbs., with an olive complexion, medium length hair, and a beard. Saucedo was last seen wearing a purple Nike t-shirt, gray sweatpants, black gym shoes and no jacket.
Anyone with information about Saucedo’s whereabouts is asked to call 911, the Cook County Sheriff’s Police at 708-865-4896, or the Cook County Sheriff’s Office non emergency number at 847-635-1188.
The Cook County Sheriff’s Office has dedicated a special team to investigate the cases of missing persons that have gone unresolved for an extended period of time, with an initial focus on missing women. These cases are derived from the The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (www.namus.gov) and include persons who have been missing in Illinois for three or more years.
Special Victims Unit
The Cook County Sheriff’s Special Victims Unit (SVU) — Missing Persons Investigations Team seeks the public’s help in bringing resolution to these cases for the friends and families of these persons. Please submit any information you may have regarding these cases by calling 773-674-9490 or e-mailing email@example.com
To Contact the Missing Persons Project:
Special Victims Unit
1401 Maybrook Dr.
Maywood, Illinois 60153
Sheriff Tom Dart has dedicated his career to challenging injustice, fighting the violence plaguing our communities, and bringing a new and thoughtful approach to public service.
After serving as a prosecutor and an Illinois state legislator, Sheriff Dart ran for Cook County Sheriff in 2006, promising to bring his reformative vision to the role. In the ensuing years, he has rewritten the book on what a Sheriff can accomplish, looking inside and outside of the conventions of law enforcement for nuanced and thoughtful solutions.
Sheriff Dart Seeks the Public’s Help to Locate Missing Man from Unincorporated Leyden Township