New still images taken from surveillance video nearly one month ago show 22-year old Tyler Brady — who has been missing since February 27th — riding his bike in Northeast Portland. As reported two weeks ago, Brady was last seen riding his bicycle in Southeast Portland.
Today, the Portland Police detectives have released five images taken from surveillance video. View them below (along with descriptions provided by the PPB):
Depicts Brady and his missing bicycle outside the NE MLK/Ainsworth Safeway store on February 17th, 2010, at approximately 10:00AM. Note, Brady’s yellow knit cap, which he is believed to have been wearing when last seen, and the white, bull-horn handlebars which distinguish his black, fixed-gear Schwinn road bike.
Depicts Brady riding his bicycle, also unaccounted for, away from the NE MLK/Ainsworth Safeway store, February 17th, 2010, just after 10:00AM. Detectives believe Brady stopped at the store enroute to work, and then worked a full day at his job in the Delta Park area.
Depicts Brady leaving the Lloyd Center Safeway store, February 17th, 2010, at approximately 7:30PM. Detectives have confirmed Brady stopped at the Safeway store after leaving work that evening, before later returning home.
Depicts Brady entering the Couture Ultra Lounge, located at NW 4th/Couch, February 17th, 2010, at approx 11:00PM. Detectives have confirmed Brady stopped by the lounge with a friend, an employee of Couture, where they visited briefly with another employee.
Depicts Brady leaving the Couture Ultra Lounge, a short time later. This is the last known video of Brady before he disappeared without explanation.
A description of Brady:
Brady is described as a white male, 22 years old, 5’10”, weighing 150 pounds. He has brown hair and blue eyes, a scruffy beard and mustache, and has tattoos on the back of his neck and on one of his arms, and a pierced nose. Detectives have determined Brady was last wearing a dark-colored hoodie with a large white design on the back, dark-colored pants and a yellow knit cap.
Anyone who knows of Brady’s whereabouts is asked to immediately call 9-1-1. Anyone with additional information about Brady is asked to contact Detective Mike Weinstein, 503-823-0446.
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