Family of the missing Honolulu County boy re-appeals to the public for information in finding him.
The 16-year-old has been reported missing from Honolulu County, Hawaii. He was reportedly seen last September 29, 2015, and has not been seen or heard from since then. He was said to have been seen by his family when he went to bed around 9 p.m.on the said date. He reportedly packed some things and apparently left his home going outside sometime before morning.
The boy whose identity was given as Noah Pomaikai Montemayor was reported to the Honolulu Police Department as a missing person by his worried parents. The police began searching for him after he went missing. During the search, his bag and some belongings including his cell phone were found on the Makapuu Lighthouse Trail. The report gathered says authorities carried out multiple searches for him. The Coast Guard joined along with the deployment of helicopters and this included three vessels, amidst the search he is still missing.
Noah’s family is worried and is re-appealing to the public to help find him.
Noah Pomaikai Montemayor description:
Age – 16
Sex – Male
Race – Filipino/Caucasian
Height – 5’9″ feet tall
Weight – 140 pounds
Eyes – Brown
Hair – Black
The police are appealing for information that can help locate Noah Pomaikai Montemayor and bring him back home to his family. It is important to report a person missing immediately he/she is suspected to have gone missing, this gives the police enough time to conduct a proper investigation.
Anyone with information has been asked to call 911 or Crimestoppers at 953-8300.