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Family searching for missing young man last seen in Richmond District

Photos of Adam Li, provided by his family. Adam was last seen on 9/15/16 on 45th Ave between Cabrillo and Fulton

Photos of Adam Li, provided by his family. Adam was last seen on 9/15/16 on 45th Ave between Cabrillo and Fulton

Adam Li, age 26, has been missing since September 15. He was last seen on 45th Avenue between Fulton and Cabrillo in the Richmond District.

On Sunday, Li’s family members were at the La Playa Safeway passing out fliers about Adam’s disappearance. Adam is a Chinese male, 5 feet 7 inches tall, about 140 pounds with a slim build, black hair, and brown eyes.

We spoke to his brother, Aaron Li, who says that while Adam lives in the Sunset, it’s possible that he may be in the Richmond District somewhere, or even downtown in the Mission District.

The police pinged Adam’s cell phone on Thursday night when he was first reported missing, and received a signal location around 42nd Avenue and Clement Street. But when police arrived at the location, they did not see anyone resembling Adam, and his cell phone was turned off shortly after.

Aaron said this is the second time Adam has disappeared, but that the first time he was found the same day, lying on the sidewalk. Adam suffers from bipolar disorder and depression which has his family very concerned for his health and safety.

The flyer warns that if you encounter Adam, approach him with caution and a calm demeanor. Aaron confirmed that Adam has poor social skills and may get spooked and run if confronted.

If you see Adam or know of his whereabouts, please contact:
Aaron Li – 415-867-9829
Alex Li – 415-939-8229
Mrs. Li – 415-806-6889
911 (report missing person: Adam Li)

Sarah B.

The flyer passed out by the Li family. Click to enlarge

The flyer passed out by the Li family. Click to enlarge

4 Comments

  1. So sad – prayers for the family. Will keep a look out and I hope we can find him soon.

  2. Very sad to hear about this and hope he is found soon. I notice that the flyers the family is handing out indicate he was last seen on Sept. 15, 2006. If they haven’t already done so, the family should hand-correct the typo, so the public knows this is a recent disappearance (and a recent photo, I’m assuming).

  3. @Renee – The family is aware of the typo on the flyer and have since fixed it. But the date of this article and the mention that I spoke with the family, as well as the caption “Photos of Adam Li, provided by his family”, should be enough to assure you this is a recent, and ongoing disappearance.

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