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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Konstantin Salikhov, Rhode Island Ph.D, Reported Missing in San Francisco

Posted By on Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 12:02 AM

Konstantin Salikhov, missing since last month - NEWS 10
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Konstantin Salikhov, missing since last month
Providence, R.I. police have asked their colleagues in San Francisco to look into the mysterious disappearance of a 31-year-old man.

Konstantin Salikhov, a recent graduate of Brown University with a doctoral degree in mathematics, hasn't been seen or heard of since Aug. 20, when he returned a rental car in San Francisco.

The Russian-born Salikhov phoned his parents at that time. There hasn't been a trace of him since and Providence Police report his phone and credit cards haven't been used for the past two weeks.

Sergeant Mike Andreychak, an SFPD spokesman, confirmed the department had looked into Salikhov's disappearance at the behest of the Providence Police -- but turned up nothing.

"There are no leads and he is considered to be voluntarily missing," said Andreychak. "There is no known foul play."

Providence Police also report that Salikhov's automobile cannot be located in his home city. Anyone with information regarding this case is urged to call authorities in Providence.

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