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Missing Person: Dickinson Police Department is searching for Dickinson man

The Dickinson Police Department is in search of 24-year-old Rem Lydia. On Tuesday May 3, 2016 family members contacted law enforcementvoicing concerns regarding Rem's whereabouts and welfare. Family and friends told police that they have not hear...

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The Dickinson Police Department is in search of 24-year-old Rem Lydia.  

On Tuesday May 3, 2016 family members contacted law enforcementvoicing concerns regarding Rem’s whereabouts and welfare.  

Family and friends told police that they have not heard from Rem since the evening of April 6. Rem had been living in Dickinson at the time of his disappearance and is a former employee of Rock Pile working in Dickinson and Williston.  

He is believed to have been using his 1999 Gold Toyota Avalon (ND Lic.#KHG741) but he also owns a silver 2004 Kia Sedona (ND Lic.#JXL994).  Law enforcement does not suspect foul play at this time.  

Anyone with knowledge of Rem’s whereabouts should contact the Dickinson Police Department at  701-456-7759 .

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