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Officials search for missing Bexar County deputy


Officials search for missing Bexar County deputy
John Salazar


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SOURCE: Bexar County Sheriff's Office, www.bexar.org/sheriff

The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help in locating a missing person.

John Salazar, is a Bexar County Sheriff’s Deputy, who has worked in the Adult Detention Center for 27 years. Deputy Salazar has been missing for six days. He was last seen on June 20th in the west side of San Antonio, in the Las Palmas area, running errands.

The vehicle he was driving is a 2000 Nissan Sentra, Indigo blue in color. Texas License Plates: 707XTW

Family and friends are concerned as he missed an important family function and has missed two work days without calling in to report he would be missing work.

Anyone with information that may lead to the whereabouts of Deputy Salazar is asked to call 210-335-TIPS (8747), and ask for Investigator Baeza.
 

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