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Aug. 17, 2022

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Search on for missing Hockinson man

By , Columbian Editor
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Valdimir Dubrovsky-Griswold
Valdimir Dubrovsky-Griswold Photo Gallery

The Clark County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance is locating a missing and endangered Hockinson man.

Valdimir Dubrovsky-Griswold, 22, left his house at approximately 3:50 p.m. Saturday and has not been seen or heard from since. He is on the autism spectrum and functions at a 12-year-old level, according to a sheriff’s bulletin.

On Sunday the Clark County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue Team used 30 volunteers to search the area around the man’s home. The volunteers spoke with neighbors, looking for possible video footage of Dubrovsky-Griswold walking in the area. The team also used a search dog and drones to comb the area. No new leads were uncovered.

Deputies planned to ask the Clark Regional Emergency Services Agency to send a reverse 911 call will go out to approximately 400 homes in the area, asking for information.
Dubrovsky-Griswold is a white male, 5 feet, 10 inches tall, weighing 160 pounds. He has brown eyes and light brown hair worn in a ponytail. He routinely talks into his hand as if it’s a microphone.

He was wearing a blue long-sleeve shirt with blue jeans and Danner work boots.

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 911.

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