UPPER ARLIGNTON (WCMH) — The search is still on for an Army veteran considered an endangered missing person.
Christopher Bock-Bacalao was last seen on Saturday according to his father, Galen Bock. He said the two had just finished a trip to Cincinnati to buy furniture for a new apartment.
“It’s extraordinarily stressful, extraordinarily,” Galen Bock said. “It’s a situation you have no control over and that’s very difficult when there’s nothing to do, but you want to do so much.”
Christopher Bock-Bacalao left Galen Bock’s home near Washington Court House that evening; his whereabouts are unknown.
Upper Arlington police said they are worried about the veteran’s safety. Bock-Bacalao, who coaches rowing at Upper Arlington High School, served one tour in Iraq.
Bock-Bacalao is described as a white male, 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs 160 pounds. He has brown eyes and black hair. He may be driving a black Mazda 3, Ohio license plate 785YNT.
Anyone with information about his location is asked to contact the Upper Arlington Police Department at 614-459-2800.
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