Missing Hockinson man found after days of searching


Vladimir Dubrovsky-Griswold, a 22-year-old Hockinson man who was reported missing on July 17, has been found. 

Dubrovsky-Griswold’s aunt Janet Campbell posted on Facebook that he was located on July 22. 

“We found him. We have him. He is with us now,” Campbell wrote in a Facebook post, promising updates later on. “We are so grateful for everyone.”

Dubrovsky-Griswold was last seen at 3:50 p.m. on July 17, leaving his house. He is on the autism spectrum and functions at a 12-year-old level, which led searchers to believe he was hiding somewhere.

Residents in Hockinson were asked to check their property, outbuildings or around water features. 

On July 18, the Clark County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue team gathered 30 volunteers to search for Dubrovsky-Griswold with the help of search dogs and drones. 

The sheriff’s office also sent a reverse 911 call to about 400 houses near his residence. 

A Facebook group dedicated to the search amassed over 630 members.


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