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Adelanto Man Missing After Visiting Sister in Phelan

PHELAN, Calif. ( San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Deputies are looking for a man who was last seen driving away from his sister’s house in Phelan on Saturday, June 3, 2017.

Authorities confirmed a missing person report was filed for 51-year-old Kevin George Langdo after he failed to show up for work and to his sister Kimberly’s house, where he was living at in Adelanto.

“He was spending the day at our sister Tami’s house, and at 9 p.m. he said he was going home because he was tired, and no one has seen him since,” his sister Kimberly Reeves told Victor Valley News.

Since his disappearance, there has been no activity on Langdo’s cell phone, his debit card or bank account. His family describes his disappearance as highly uncharacteristic and concerning.

“I called his boss and he stated that Kevin had not shown up for work. This is not like my brother, he would always call his boss, he’s worked for the company for over 20 years,” Reeves stated.

Kevin George Langdo is a 51-year-old white male, 5’7”, 265 lbs., with short brownish gray hair and hazel eyes. Langdo was last seen wearing a white t-shirt, Levi pants, and white tennis shoes.

Langdo was driving a dark gray 2004 Nissan Armada with California State license plates.

His family said they are deeply concerned and fear the worst.

“My brother is the kind of person whom if he saw someone walking he would have stopped and offered them a ride. That’s the way he is. Always wanting to help others. My entire family, including myself, believe something awful has happened to him,” Kimberly said.

Sheriff’s officials followed up on a lead after receiving information that his name was used at a local hospital by somebody wanting a prescription filled for knee aches.

“My brother lost his ID several months ago and only had a paper ID so somebody must have tried using it. He’s never gone to a hospital by himself, he can’t read or write and we’ve always helped him with filling out paperwork,” said Reeves.

By the time deputies went to the hospital, the person requesting the prescription was long gone, making the situation more of a mystery when they were unable to verify if it was indeed Langdo.

“None of this makes sense, he would never do anything like this,” his sister stated.

Anyone with information is urged to contact the Victor Valley Sheriff’s Station at (760) 552-6800.

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