Born April 8, 1976
28 years old
5'7" tall, 155 lbs.
Brown hair, brown eyes
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We're asking the public's help in finding our son,
28-year-old Jeremy Alex.
Jeremy disappeared in
Northport, Maine on April 24, 2004. A woman
Hill Road in Northport spoke with him around 5:20 p.m. He was acting
erratic and paranoid and she called police, but he ran
into the woods before they could arrive.
Alex Fund, "Helping
Kids at Risk Find the Right Road," has been created
as a permanent fund with the Piscataqua Charitable
Region. Funds are designated with the Portsmouth Rotary
Club to help kids at risk.
Shortly after that a motorist saw Jeremy crossing
Route 1. He has not been seen since. His van, with
his keys and cell phone, were found abandoned in a small parking
off of Pound Hill Road in Northport.
Two searches, on April 27 and May 2,
failed to turn up any trace of Jeremy. His family
and friends, are asking for your help in locating
How can you help? Perhaps you saw or heard something unusual on the night of April 24, 2004 that would help us find Jeremy.
foul play may have been involved and really need to find closure.
We hope and pray Jeremy is still alive and need help in finding
born in Portsmouth, N.H. on April 8, 1976, the son of Ted Alex
and Paula Caswell. He lived a good
part of his
Maine. He is 5' 7" tall and weighs approximately 155 lbs.
He has short-cropped brown hair and brown eyes. He works as a
Jeremy visited his girlfriend the morning of
April 24 and was moving items that day to their new home at Harbor
Road in Northport. His van was found by police late Sunday,
25. Police called
Ted Alex, Jeremy's father, early Monday, April 26, after retrieving
his number from Jeremy's cell phone records.
The Maine Warden Service, along with the Waldo County
Sheriff's Department, conducted an extensive
search of the immediate
area on April 27. Dogs and GPS tracking were used, and there was
an aerial search. The search went on for four full days. There
was a follow-up search on May 2. No leads were
found. Police have continued to follow up on any leads that are
If you have information, contact:
- Waldo County Sheriff's
office, (207) 338-2040. Ask for Detective Trundy.
- Contact Ted Alex, Jeremy's
father, at (603) 431-2200 or, email the family at firstname.lastname@example.org