The search for the missing U.S. Navy soldier continues Thursday morning after new surveillance video from a bar in Waukegan where he was last seen continues to raise questions about his disappearance.
Seamus Gray, 21, stationed at Naval Station Great Lakes, was last seen leaving the Ibiza bar on the first block of North Genesee Street in suburban Waukegan at 1:35 a.m. Saturday, officials said. I was.
Newly released surveillance video from outside the bar shows Gray standing and talking to a group of people just before 2 a.m. At one point in the video, Gray can be seen on the ground. . At another point, someone in the group appears to take Gray’s wallet out of his pocket, but throws it back at him. increase.
Newly released surveillance video from outside the bar where Seamus Gray, 21, went missing shows Gray standing just before 2 a.m. and talking to a group of people. At some point you will see gray on the ground. At another point, someone in the group appears to take Gray’s wallet out of his pocket, but throws it back at him. increase.
According to Ibiza manager Adrian Hernandez, Gray entered a nightclub twice early Saturday morning and was eventually taken out for being drunk.
Hernandez added that Gray got into an altercation outside the bar at least twice.
“It’s just a sad situation for us,” Hernandez said. “We just want him found…we just want to cooperate as much as we can.We are doing everything we can to cooperate with the police investigation with the family.”
Gray’s mother told NBC 5 that she’s been searching for her son, even in a nearby trash can, too.
Gray was last seen walking down an alleyway near a nightclub in a pink long-sleeved shirt and pants. Pound, has brown hair and blue eyes. He has multiple tattoos on his left arm and a script tattoo on his ribcage.
Waukegan police learned of Gray’s disappearance at 2 p.m. Sunday, according to people familiar with the matter.
“The Waukegan Police Department and Waukegan Fire Department conducted an extensive search of the area where Gray was last seen and surrounding areas, including the lakefront,” a statement from the Waukegan Police Department read Thursday.
Anyone with information about his whereabouts is advised to call Waukegan Police at 847-360-9001 or text the word WPDTIP to 847411.
Tips can also be submitted anonymously. Waukegan Police Website.
An update on the investigation from Waukegan, Illinois Police Chief Edgardo Navarro was given at 10:00 am.