Arthur Rascon

Arthur Rascon

Arthur Rascon

Missing Person

Arthur Rascon
Age at Report
: 72
DOB: September 15, 1932
Weight: 130 lbs.
Height: 6′ 02″
Hair: Grey
Missing From: Davenport, IA
Scott County
Missing Since: July 25, 2005

Arthur Rascon was reported missing to the Davenport Police Department on July 25, 2005. He was possibly wearing blue jeans, a t-shirt and a Car Quest hat.

Rascon has longer gray hair and a mustache and wears big glasses. He has a southern accent.

Information Needed

If you have information regarding the disappearance of this individual, please contact the Missing Person Information Clearinghouse Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation at 1-800-346-5507 or the Davenport Police Department at 563-326-7979.

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2 Responses to Arthur Rascon

  1. CountryRefuge says:

    I find it so sad that someone can go missing this recently and there still be no information, and so little interest. I wonder when he was actually last seen or if he had anyone who cared about him?

    I’ve noticed several missing listed with little information and no comments. I can maybe understand the lack of information with those that date back before 1995, but even this old lady had my first computer by then and the digital age was in progress!

    I guess those that are older really breaks my heart, but to have only the barest of facts in recognition of a lifetime seems to be another assault upon them.

  2. Patrick Kerrigan says:

    As a former police officer and detective with the Veterans Administration, I am frusrated by the lack of details. As a police officer we were required to do a lot of digging for information for our reports. I sort made my business to learn where to find the necessary information when conducting an initial investigation.

    However, many police departments just have the officer obtain the bare minium information. Then the detective is left to fill in the blanks. If they care to fill them in. This guy has been missing over 10 years, someone should have gone back and filled in the blanks.

    We are left with all kinds of questions. The problem is no established protocols of what of information should be obtained by the initial officer and followed up by the detective or investigator.

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