Three months ago today, 19-year-old Sean Sidi left the International High School at 150 Oak Street after visiting a former teacher. He hasn't been seen since.
Sidi told his father in a phone call that afternoon that he was going to take the bus to "a park." The last signal detected from his phone came at 1:34pm that afternoon "near and/or around Alvord Lake (Golden Gate Park), Stow Lake (Golden Gate Park), & Inner Richmond."
In the three months since that day, Sean's family and friends have papered the city with fliers hoping to turn up information about Sean. They have also built a website (seansidi.com) and offered a $5000 reward. In September, they will hold a vigil along with the families of two other young men, Crishtian Hughes and Jackson Miller, who both went missing in San Francisco.
In the meantime, they are still hopeful that someone out there will recognize Sean and help bring him home. He is described as 5’5″, 120 lbs, with dark brown hair and eyes, and of caucasian/asian decent. He has braces, and was last seen wearing a black and gray hooded North Face jacket, blue jeans, and black canvas shoes. Sean is considered "medically fragile," having suffered a severe traumatic brain injury several months ago.
Anyone with information can leave an anonymous tip at seansidi.com, or contact SFPD Sargeant Ann Mackenzie at 415-734-3268.