Friends and neighbors continued their search parties Sunday for Robert Mayer, the local man who went missing in June.
wife, family and neighbors scoured the Long Island Rail Road station in
Deer Park, where Mayer's car was found, to search for clues of his
Mayer left for work on June 14 for his job as an
electrician in Brooklyn, but he never made it back home. Police were
last able to track Mayer's cell phone signal around Route 110 in
Huntington, while he was on his way home around 1:45 p.m.
an investigation, it's now been revealed that Mayer, a father of two,
was last seen at Arrow Scrap Yard in West Babylon a 2:15 p.m. on June
14. His cell phone signal was either turned off or went dead a half hour
Mayer occasionally visited scrap yards and he sold metal from his job site to Arrow, according to a recent Long Island Press article.
never returned home and his wife, Ida, reported him missing at 1 a.m.
the next morning. Mayer's red 2004 Pontiac was found at the Deer Park
train station by friends of his wife at 8:30 p.m. on June 15.
Mayer has told Patch that she didn't know how his car got there, since
Mayer never took the train for work because he worried about leaving his
car unattended at the station.
Police have still maintained that
they do not believe foul play is involved in Mayer's disappearance.
Mayer's wife is offering a reward for any information that leads to
locating Mayer and/or information on anyone involved in his
Robert Mayer is a white male, 6-feet and
1-inch-tall and about 200 pounds. He has brown hair, hazel eyes and was
last wearing light blue jeans, a gray polo-type work shirt and