Zack Brenneman, Salem PD searching for missing Secondary School boy

Zack Brenneman, Salem PD searching for missing Secondary School boy

Zack Brenneman Missing – Salem Police Department is “increasingly concerned” for the welfare of a missing 16-year-old boy from West Salem. 16-year-old Zack Brenneman was reported missing after he was last seen on September 16th, 2022 at approximately 9:00 pm at the West Salem. It was reported that Zack Brenneman didn’t return home on Friday night after a football game at West Salem in Salem, Oregon. “We have a case number from the Salem PD on the flier now and they said if you see him call 911. If you have any information, use the email.”

A missing person report was filed to the Salem Police Department after he did not return home from the West Salem High School Football game – in Salem, Oregon. The Brenneman family is asking the general public to help find their beloved son. He’s described as 16 years old, 5’8″ tall, and 125 lbs. He was seen wearing Black Jeans, Blackshirts, and jackets, Dark Blue Shoes. Please share, and if you have any information, or have seen Zack, please E-mail: FindZackB@gmail.com.

RELATED TOPIC: Authorities find missing woman; Minto-Brown Island Park in Salem reopens

In the early morning hours of Saturday, the Salem Police Department was successful in locating a woman who was thought to be missing in Minto-Brown Island Park. Officials with the department reported around 7 a.m. that the Marion County Search and Rescue Team was supporting patrol officers in their search of the park for a lady who was last seen in the vicinity of Lot 1 of Minto-Brown Park at approximately 2:45 a.m. on Saturday.

During the time that the police were searching the park, the entrances were blocked off to the public. At 9:50 in the morning, officials from the Salem Police Department updated their status on social media, stating that she had been located. The official status of the individual in question was validated by the Statesman Journal as being “safe and sound.” According to officials from the Salem Police Department, the woman had wandered away from the park and found up at the home of a friend, where officers were able to make contact with her.

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