Search begins Sunday for missing Yellow Springs man | WHIO

YELLOW SPRINGS — A search involving as many as 30 people is scheduled to take place Sunday at John Bryan State Park for a missing Yellow Springs man.

Leonid “Lonya” Clark, 26, has been missing since mid-January. His father Eric Clark previously said family members were concerned Lonya Clark was missing in part because he was traumatized after he helped to clean up an apartment in December that was the scene of a fatal accidental shooting. While Clark had no connection to the shooting, he was deeply troubled after he volunteered to help clean, his father said.

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OH – Family searching for man missing from Yellow Springs | Dayton Daily News

A Yellow Springs man has been missing for more than a month and his family is worried he is missing in part because he was traumatized by helping clean up an apartment that was the scene of an accidental shooting.

Since mid-January family and friends of 26-year-old Leonid “Lonya” Clark, say he has not been heard from. Clark disappeared a month after he helped clean up a Corry Street apartment after police were finished there investigating an accidental shooting in which one man died, according to Lonya’s adoptive father, Eric Clark. [Clark had no connection to the shooting]

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Yellow Springs police, rescue dogs search for missing man in Glen Helen | Dayton Daily News

The Yellow Springs Police Department is using Buckeye Search & Rescue dogs in a search Saturday for a 26-year-old man who has reportedly been missing for nearly a month.

Leonid Clark was last seen in Yellow Springs around Jan. 13, the department said in a statement Saturday.

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