Age 46 / White Male / 6’1″ / 200 lbs.
Hair – Brown Eyes - Hazel
Clothing – Probably wearing blue or gray collared polo with J.C. Electrical logo, jeans, work boots, possible baseball cap
No ID, no Wallet
Last seen Friday 6/14/13 in Brooklyn, NY or Huntington Station, NY Driving a red 2004 Pontiac GTO. Car was found in LIRR Deer Park Train station.
If any information:
Please contact Suffolk County Police Second Squad 631-854-8252 or 911
Dix Hills Dad Missing on Father’s Day Robert Mayer, 46, never returned home from work on Friday.
Posted by Amanda Lindner (Editor), June 18, 2013 at 01:50 am
Robert Mayer, 46, has been missing since June 14. A Dix Hills father, with two children in the Commack School District, has been missing for three days, according to his family, which is now without him on Father’s Day.
According to his wife Ida, Robert Mayer, 46, never returned home from his job in the city Friday.
“We spoke in the morning at nine, when he was at work, and he was fine,” she said, with her voice cracking.
Ida said that his coworkers saw him at 12:30 p.m. His phone went dead around 2:45 p.m., she said.
When the clock turned to 5 p.m. and her husband still wasn’t home, Ida began to worry.
“I started calling him because he was late and it would just go to voicemail. He’s never done this before,” she said.
Ida said that her husband’s car was found at the Deer Park train station.
Suffolk County Police Second Squad detectives are investigating the situation. Police said that no criminal activity is believed to have taken place at this point, however, detectives are following all leads.
Mayer is a lifelong Long Island resident. He grew up in Old Bethpage and has lived in Dix Hills for nearly 20 years, Sandra Douglas, a family friend, said. He is described to be likely unshaven, in construction worker-type clothing and wearing a baseball cap.
Ida, whose voice was clearly distraught during a phone interview, said that she and her family are deeply worried and missing their dad.
“Today’s Father’s Day…and he’s not here,” she said.
Anyone with information about Mayer’s whereabouts is asked to contact police. 1-631-854-8252