West LA: Family desperate to find Jeremy Hansbrough, man with autism reported missing

LOS ANGELES (KABC) — A family in West LA begs for help finding a missing man with autism.

According to family members, Jeremy Hansbrough was last seen on Monday, May 16, although the 29-year-old has been spotted by others.

On Thursday, someone reported seeing him near 28th Street and Pico Boulevard in Santa Monica.

Hansbrough is reportedly taking medication for seizures and does not currently carry the drug.

His mother, Michelle Hansbrough, has since filed a police report and put up posters in an attempt to drive her son home.

She said he functions well, but doesn’t communicate with people he doesn’t know very well.

“If they see his picture, just call 911 or the number on the poster so we can find him because the time lapse, the time people talk about where they saw him and the time we can get there,” he said. the mom. “So as long as they let him talk about jazz. He’s a jazz lover.’

If the man has not been found by Friday, a search will take place on Saturday, according to the family.

Anyone with information is requested to contact the local authorities.

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