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  Name: Tony Luzio Jr.  
  Race: White  
  Age at Disappearance: 25  
  Age Now: 29  
  Height: 6'3''  
  Weight: 200 lbs.  
  Hair (Color, Description, Facial Hair): Brown  
  Eyes (Color and Correction): Brown  
  Wanted for : Missing  
 
 
  Location(s)  
  Last Seen : Columbus, OH Tony Luzio, Jr. was last seen at a friend's homenot far from Rutherford Road off Sawmill Parkway in Delaware County in Columbus, Ohio.  
  Possible Location : Bolivar, OH  
  Last Known : Columbus, OH  
 
 
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  Case Story  
  Police Veteran Worries About His Son  
  Anthony Luzio, Sr. was used to investigating crime.  As a 31-year-veteran with the Columbus Police Department in Ohio he has seen his share of crime.  He never suspected that he would one day be on the other side of the fence.  Anthony's pride and joy is his 25-year-old son Tony Junior.  As a police officer Anthony frequently worried about both of his children.  However, Anthony understood that at 25 he had to let Tony be a man.  Though Tony stayed with his parents briefly after he finished college he had recently moved out of his parents' home into his own apartment.   
     
  Tony Junior Vanishes After A Party  
  On the evening of July 3rd Tony had gone to a friend's house to play some cards.  Afterward Tony stopped at a local hangout to meet up with some more friends.  At approximately 2:30 a.m. the group went to a party less than one mile from Tony's parents.  Witnesses say they saw Tony leaving the party at around 4 a.m.  They assumed he was heading to his apartment though he had given the key to one of his friends.  That was the last time that anyone saw Tony. On July 4th, Tony was supposed to work at The Limited Brands Inc., where he worked third shift as security.  However, he never showed.  His parents had not heard from that day.  Tony's family says that missing work and not being in touch with his parents is extremely out of character for him. "This is very unlike my son," he said. Anthony's investigative instincts kicked in and he left home immediately and began searching for his son.  When he could not locate him he called the local police department and reported his son missing.  
     
  Police Have No Leads  
  Police have searched the nearby Scioto River and surrounding wooded areas.  They have found no trace of Tony.  Tony had limited funds at the time he disappeared and there has been no activity on his bank account or his cell phone. "Because of my profession, you tend to think the worst has happened," Sgt. Tony Luzio Sr. said. "We certainly hope that's not the case here and that he's just having some issues that we need to deal with,"  says Anthony Luzio, Sr.  I've dealt with this situation in my career numerous times, and always thought that I could feel what people felt," he said. "I just can't explain the pain." "We will take care of him, no matter what," said his mother, Carla Luzio. "We just love him so much and we miss him so much, and he needs to come home. Because we're having a hard time going on without him, and we really, really need him. And we need the public's help." Tony is 6 feet 3 inches tall, weighs 200 pounds and has brown hair and eyes. The Delaware County Sheriff's Office said Luzio was driving a silver four-door 2004 Honda Civic with license plate number DCA 5615. The car has a Bush-Cheney sticker on the rear window. There is a $5,000 reward being offered for information about Tony's disappearance. 

 
     
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