KINGMAN-The investigation into the disappearance of a local realtor is now in its second day after concerned coworkers and family reported Sidney Cranston Jr., 40, missing to the local police department on Wednesday after he reportedly failed to return from showing a property in the Kingman/Golden Valley area.
Sandra Gaumond, friend and coworker of Cranston’s at Kingman Premier Properties, said Cranston had come into town on Tuesday to attend the city council meeting and stopped by the realty office around 10 a.m. that day.
“He told us he had some errands to do and then he was going to lunch with his friend,” Gaumond said.
Cranston reportedly went to lunch with his friend at the In & Out off Stockton Hill Road.
“His friend told us that Sid told him he was going to show two people some of his properties out in the rural area off Stockton Hill Road and then in Golden Valley,” she said.
The identity of the individuals in unknown to both Cranston’s friends, coworkers and law enforcement.
Cranston’s motorcycle was found in the garage of a home on Club Street in Kingman. Gaumond believes the clients picked up Cranston at that home and left.
Kingman Police spokeswoman Jennifer Sochocki confirmed the missing persons report on Thursday.
Cranston is described as 5’9”, 162 pounds, brown hair, blue eyes, and a light growth of facial hair. He was last seen wearing grey ball cap, prescription glasses, white sleeveless t-shirt, blue jeans, and multicolored tennis shoes
Anyone with knowledge of Cranston’s whereabouts are being urged to contact Kingman Police Department at 928-753-5532 or your local police agency.
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