Sheriff’s office seeks help finding missing Hockinson man


The Clark County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing and endangered 22-year-old man, who is on the autism spectrum from the Hockinson area.

Vladimir Dubrovsky-Griswold was last seen at 3:50 p.m. on July 17 leaving his house, according to a news release. 

Dubrovsky-Griswold is a 160-pound and 5’ 10” white male with light brown hair (in a ponytail) and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a blue long-sleeve shirt with blue jeans and Danner work boots. 

Dubrovsky-Griswold functions at a 12-year-old level, stated the release, and has not done anything like this before.

He can be found often speaking into his hands as if they were a microphone, the release stated. 

Hockinson residents are being asked to check around their property, outbuildings or any water features. People on the autism spectrum are often drawn to water, stated the release. 

On July 18, the Clark County Sheriff's Office Search and Rescue team gathered 30 volunteers to search the area around Dubrovsky-Griswold’s home with the help of search dogs and drones, but were unable to find him. The sheriff’s office also sent a reverse 911 call to about 400 houses near his house.

Dubrovsky-Griswold’s aunt Janet Campbell created a Facebook page titled “FIND Vladimir Dubrovsky-Griswold.” 

On the page, she wrote that her nephew sometimes hides behind bushes in the yard, likes to run and whispers to himself.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911.


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