Missing Persons

Erik Sol Patchin (a.k.a. Domino E and Frog)

Erik Patchin was last seen by friends on May 24th, 1994 at approximately 2:00 AM in Tallahassee.
White Male | Age: 45 (12/02/73)
5'10 160lbs
Hair Brown, Eyes Brown

The Leon County Sheriff's Office and the family of Erik Sol Patchin are requesting assistance in locating any information regarding his disappearance or his possible whereabouts.

Erik Patchin was last seen by friends on 05/24/94 at approximately 2:00 AM in Tallahassee. His 1972 Silver Volkswagen Beetle was located later that day at the Jr. Food Store at US 27 South and Chaires Cross Road. Erik Patchin lived in Lloyd, Fl. and it was common for him to be in that area. His vehicle did not appear to be tampered with.

Erik Patchin's family is offering a reward of $5000.00 for credible information that would lead to discovering the actual events surrounding his disappearance. If you have any information regarding Erik Sol Patchin or any activities surrounding his disappearance, please contact the Leon County Sheriff's Office Violent Crimes Unit at 850-922-3300.

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