The Clark County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue Team utilized 30 volunteers to search the area around Valdimir Dubrovsky-Griswold’s home in Hockinson Sunday
Clark County Sheriff’s Office personnel continued the search for a missing Hockinson man Sunday.
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue Team utilized 30 volunteers to search the area around Valdimir Dubrovsky-Griswold’s home in Hockinson Sunday. Dubrovsky-Griswold has been missing since he left his home Saturday afternoon at 3:50 p.m.
The volunteers searched the area and spoke with neighbors, looking for possible video footage of Dubrovsky-Griswold walking in the area. The team also used a search dog as well as drones to search the area. Currently there are no new leads.
A reverse 9-1-1 call will go out to approximately 400 homes in the area.
Dubrovsky-Griswold is a 22-year-old male who is on the Autistic Spectrum and functions at a 12-year-old level. He is described as 5-foot-10 and 160 pounds with light brown hair in a ponytail. He has brown eyes and was wearing a blue long sleeve shirt with blue jeans.
In addition to the original description given of Dubrovsky-Griswold, CCSO detectives would like the public to know that he is wearing Danner work boots and routinely talks into his hand as if it’s a microphone.
Residents in the Hockinson area are asked to check their property, outbuildings and any water features that may be on their property (people on the spectrum are often drawn to water).
Anyone with information is asked to call 9-1-1.
Information provided by Clark County Sheriff’s Office.