Missing Person - Update - May 4, 2013

The Southern Regional Police Dept. along with Chesapeake Search Dogs conducted another physical search for Thomas Augustyniak, age 53, who went missing from his residence on April 24, 2013.

We sincerely thank Chesapeake Search Dogs for their continued aid in the ongoing search for Mr. Augustyniak.

Anyone with information is asked to call Southern Regional Police at
    717-235-3944  or  717-840-2971.
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Nature of Incident:
Missing Person - REWARD for Information
Date of Incident:
April 26, 2013
Location of Incident:
Glen Rock, PA

Person Involved: Thomas Augustyniak
Incident Summary:
The Southern York Co. Regional Police Department continues to investigate the disappearance of Thomas Augustyniak, 53 year old male Glen Rock Borough resident, who went missing on Wednesday 04/24/2013.

Augustyniak left his residence around 6 am and was found on video surveillance walking on Main St. in Glen Rock around 6:15 am towards the York County Rail Trail / Hanover St. area.

An extensive search of the area was conducted using blood hounds, a state police helicopter, fire department personnel, and search and rescue teams.

The family of Augustyniak is offering a reward to anyone with information that assists with locating Augustyniak.

Anyone with information is asked to call Southern Regional Police at
   717-235-3944 or 717-840-2971.

Description:  White male, age 53, green eyes, brown hair, mustache, glasses, approx. 6 feet tall, 178 pounds. Last seen wearing blue jeans, blue jacket, and white sneakers.




If you have information that could effect the safety and well being of a member of our community, or information related to a crime or potential future incident, we sincerely encourage you to share this information with us.     (717) 235-3944


If you wish to remain totally anonymous, we will honor your request. You can help save a life or prevent serious injury or damage by simply sharing your knowledge with us confidentially.

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