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Police seek help finding Vancouver man who went missing a year ago

By , Columbian staff writer
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One year since a 36-year-old Vancouver man went missing, the Vancouver Police Department is again asking for information about this disappearance.

Brandon Thomas Majors was last seen the evening of May 12, 2021, leaving Vancouver’s Rose Village neighborhood in a gray BMW SUV, according to a news release. About an hour later, police received reports that the SUV had driven into the Columbia River, but officers didn’t find anyone in the area.

Witnesses told police they saw multiple people run from the area where the SUV was found.

Detectives have conducted dozens of interviews but have not heard any information about what happened to Majors. Some of his acquaintances believe foul play was involved, but detectives said they have not heard from anyone with first-hand knowledge of what happened.

Several of the people Majors was last seen with have refused to cooperate, the news release states.

Vancouver police submitted the case to Crime Stoppers of Oregon in July but have not received any tips there, either.

Anyone with information about Majors’ whereabouts or his disappearance should contact Vancouver Police Detective Zachary Ripp at 360-487-7391 or zachary.ripp@cityofvancouver.us. Information can also be provided, including anonymously, under the missing person’s tab on Crime Stoppers of Oregon’s website, crimestoppersoforegon.com.

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