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Public's assistance needed in finding Central Kitsap man
The Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s assistance in helping to locate a man who has not been seen in more than 24 hours.
Thomas Craig Vogt, 51, was last seen during the morning Thursday, June 20, at his mother’s residence in the 600 block of NE Saturn Lane in East Bremerton. He was reported missing about 5 p.m. Thursday.
He is described as 5-foot-8, 260 pounds with gray hair and green eyes. Vogt has an eagle head tatoo on shoulder.
It is unknown what he was wearning, but his family believes Vogt took a backpack with hime. His vehicle is a tan and gold 2004 GMC Canyon pick-up, Washington state license plate B69964B
According to his family, he does not have credit/debits cards, only cash and checks. He resides with his mother, has no known friends and he typically doesn’t leave the residence unless accompanied by family members.
The family added that Vogt uses his middle name, Craig, instead of his first name.
Vogt suffers from a challenging medical condition requiring daily medications. He left the house without his medications or his cell phone.
Vogt has been entered into the FBI National Crime Information Center as a missing person – endangered. Vehicle information data also has been entered into NCIC.
Persons who have information concerning the whereabouts of Vogt are requested to contact sheriff’s detectives at 360-337-7111 or Kitsap County Central Communications (9-1-1 dispatch) at 360-308-5400.