Rennard Lusterio, missing Vancouver man, sought by police

Vancouver police are searching for Rennard Lusterio, 42, who was last heard from nine days ago and reported missing by his co-workers when he didn't show up for work last week.

Lusterio, 42, was last heard from on Jan. 2, and his absence is out of the ordinary say police

Police are looking for Rennard Lusterio, who has not been heard from since Jan. 2. (Vancouver Police Department)

Vancouver police are searching for Rennard Lusterio, 42, who was last heard from nine days ago and reported missing by his co-workers when he didn't show up for work last week.

Lusterio's last known contact was Jan. 2, when he made dinner plans with his friend, according to a release from the VPD.

Last Monday, he didn't show up for work, and his co-workers grew concerned. They contacted police on Wednesday.

"His absence is out of the ordinary, and all efforts to locate him have been unsuccessful," the VPD said in a release.

Lusterio is an Asian male described as:

  • Five-feet nine-inches tall.
  • 143 lbs.
  • With short black hair and brown eyes.

Anyone who sees Lusterio is asked to call the Vancouver Police Department's Missing Persons Unit at 604-717-2540.

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