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UPDATE: Honomū Man Reported Missing

March 21, 2017, 8:08 AM HST
* Updated March 21, 4:57 PM
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Glenn S. Oyama. HPD courtesy photo.

UPDATE: March 21, 4:03 p.m.

Big Island police have located the 1999 Toyota Camry that was believed to have been operated by Glenn S. Oyama, 59, who was reported missing on Monday, March 20.

The car was found unattended along Highway 19 in the area of the Kolekole Bridge on Tuesday morning, March 21.

Oyama was not found to be in the immediate area and police still ask anyone with information on his whereabouts to call the police department’s non-emergency line at 935-3311.

Oyama, a resident of Honomū, was last seen in Hilo on Sunday, March 19, at about 11:30 p.m. He has a condition that requires medication.

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He is described as Japanese, 5-foot-7, 190 pounds with black/gray hair, and brown eyes.

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Tipsters who prefer to remain anonymous may call the islandwide Crime Stoppers number at 961-8300 and may be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000. Crime Stoppers is a volunteer program run by ordinary citizens who want to keep their community safe. Crime Stoppers doesn’t record calls or subscribe to caller ID. All Crime Stoppers information is kept confidential.

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Big Island police are searching for a 59-year-old Honomū man who was reported missing on Monday, March 20.

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Glenn S. Oyama was last seen in Hilo on Sunday, March 19, at about 11:30 p.m. He requires medication.

He is described as Japanese, 5-foot-7, 190 pounds with black/gray hair and brown eyes.

Oyama may be operating a 1999 Toyota Camry four-door sedan with Hawai‘i license plate # ZBT753.

Police ask anyone with information on his whereabouts to call the Police Department’s non-emergency line at 935-3311.

Tipsters who prefer to remain anonymous may call the island wide Crime Stoppers number at 961-8300 and may be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000. Crime Stoppers is a volunteer program run by ordinary citizens who want to keep their community safe. Crime Stoppers doesn’t record calls or subscribe to caller ID. All Crime Stoppers information is kept confidential.

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