A Sand Level man has been lacking in Anchorage since Sunday, his household stated, and they’re asking the general public to be looking out for him.
Robert Dushkin III, 27, was final seen early Jan. 7 in South Anchorage close to the Previous Seward Freeway and one hundred and twentieth Avenue, stated his sister, Nellie Roehl.
Dushkin is 6 ft 1 inch tall, weighs 195 kilos and has broad shoulders, Roehl stated. He was final seen sporting a darkish grey sweatshirt and blue denims.
Roehl stated Dushkin has been dwelling in Anchorage since June. He had begun to present indicators of psychological sickness, maybe schizophrenia, though he was awaiting analysis by a psychiatrist, she stated. A physician at Alaska Native Medical Middle prescribed him treatment, which he stopped taking the day earlier than he disappeared, Roehl stated.
Dushkin has three open courtroom instances out of Sand Level. In two of the instances, he’s charged with assault.
Anchorage police do not think about Dushkin to be a hazard to the general public, based on spokeswoman Nora Morse, however she requested anybody who sees Dushkin to name the Anchorage Police Division at 907-786-8900 so officers could make contact with him.
On Thursday, Roehl and the Anchorage Police Division looked for Dushkin the place he was final seen. Roehl has additionally searched the world between Spenard and Worldwide Airport Street, close to her residence.
Roehl is asking anybody with info to name her at 907-538-4390.