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SAR mission started for James Kim and Family

Posted by rexdixon on December 1, 2006

James KimAccording to the latest, it appears that this has now turned into a Search And Rescue (SAR) mission. The search is on going at this time for Senior CNET Editor James Kim and his family. They have not been seen since Saturday November 25th. They were last sighted in Portland, OR heading south that day. It also appears that multiple agencies, as well as federal, and state law enforcment officials areKati Kim searching remote backroads off of Oregon’s Highway 38 and Interstate 5. *Please see my earlier post here for any information that is left out*

The Kims were driving a 2005 silver Saab station wagon with California personalized plates of “DOESF.”

If you have any information leading to their location, please contact the SFPD atKim Family 415-558-5508 during normal business hours and at 415-553-1071 after-hours.

The Pacific Northwest call center for the case can be reached at 1-800-452-7888.

Folks – these are real people, a real family, and if ANYONE knows or has seen ANYTHING PLEASE report it to the numbers above and also the one for the detective in San Francisco in the last post.

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2 Responses to “SAR mission started for James Kim and Family”

  1. K7AAY said

    The Oregon State Patrol has a press release posted on a Portland local information service, as well as an update with a photo of a silver Saab 900 for illustrative purposes. Also linked from KiloSeven.

  2. Astounded! said

    This guy is definitely not of my world; that’s right, SF! Hey, I lived there for 5 years, so I know how that experience can impact negatively rational thought. I’m sorry, but for poor Kim, it’s been one BAD decision after another: first, to travel with spouse and two infant children, overnight, on an old logging road, in the face of snow, ice, etc.; then, AFTER waiting a whole week, he decides reasonable to set out on foot for help, but then he promptly leaves the road, where he almost certainly would have been found, and instead heads into pure wilderness, worse than what he had just left, descending cliffs down into the Rogue River basin, where no one is likely to be for months to come. Can’t we just get sushi in the Castro? High probability this won’t end well for him…

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