Leo Anicua
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Anicua, circa 2011; Toyota Tacoma similar to Anicua's
Missing Since 11/25/2013
Missing From Los Angeles, California
Classification Endangered Missing
Sex Male
Race Hispanic
Date of Birth 12/22/1978 (41)
Age 34 years old
Height and Weight 5'5, 160 pounds Clothing/Jewelry Description A dark-colored hooded sweatshirt and black shorts.
Distinguishing Characteristics Hispanic male. Brown hair, black eyes. Anicua has a tattoo on his cheek and tattoos on his neck, ears and scalp. His ears are pierced.
Details of Disappearance Anicua was last seen leaving his residence in in the 27000 block of Seco Canyon Road in Saugus Area in the Saugus area of Los Angeles, California at 1:00 p.m. on November 26, 2013. He has never been heard from again. He may have been driving a black two-door 2013 Toyota Tacoma with the California license plate number 8M97272; a photo of a similar vehicle is posted with this case summary. The vehicle was later recovered in good condition at an unknown location. An acquaintance, David Zendejas, disappeared fourteen hours after Anicua did, and authorities believe the two men may be together. Few details are available in their cases. Los Angeles Police Department 213-996-1800 California Attorney General's Office CBS Los Angeles Los Angeles Police Department Pinterest Account for Leo Anicua Facebook P
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