It’s been 4 days since a Raleigh bouncer has been seen or heard from.
41-year-old Robert Richardson’s buddies wasted little time getting the phrase out about his disappearance. They posted up lacking particular person flyers and are additionally spreading the phrase on-line.
It began off as a fender bender on Wade and Glenwood Wednesday. Richardson and the opposite driver exchanged data and the 2 went their separate methods.
But Richardson left behind his two cellphones, his laptop computer, and he didn’t present as much as work the following day.
“He is not the type that goes rogue,” said a friend Kensley Perry. “He is not the type of guy that will just disappear.”
But it seems he did disappear.
Hours after the accident, a buddy mentioned she noticed somebody who seemed like Richardson strolling down the road. She by no means made contact and his family and friends have been in search of him since.
“When he didn’t show up to work Thursday night he was supposed to be there at 8. I didn’t hear anything immediately that is a problem,” said Perry. “He is an opener, setting stuff up. He will be there 30 mins before a shift starts.”
Perry works with Richardson as a bouncer at Village Bar on Glenwood.
Perry is main a marketing campaign to search out his buddy.
He’s posted flyers and made a number of posts on social media which can be being shared on-line.
He’s hoping somebody can come ahead with data on the place Richardson could also be.
“Someone somewhere has seen something, they know something,” said Perry. “They just don’t know they’ve seen something.”
WRAL News reached out to The Raleigh Police Department on Richardson’s disappearance. As of this Monday evening, police didn’t have a lot so as to add past sending us the police report.
Richardson’s buddies are at the moment engaged on one other plan to get the phrase out about his disappearance.