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Missing Greek American Community Member Alert: Apostolos Kousoulas

June 18, 2020

NEW YORK- Brooklyn resident and proud Greek American community member Apostolos Kousoulas has been reported as missing by his son Gus. Apostolos Kousoulas was last seen the morning of Wednesday, June 17, 2020. He was last seen leaving his home on West 5th Street off Kings Highway in Brooklyn, NY. There was a sighting of him along Crospey Avenue in Bath Beach but there are no other leads at this time. 

The New York Police Department's Missing Persons division has already been notified. Please, if you have any information regarding the disappearance of Apostolos Kousoulas, immediately notify the NYPD and 818-949-8290.

The Full Report on Mr. Apostolos Kousoulas:

Name: Apostolos "Paul Kousoulas

Speaks: Greek with Limited English

Suffers from dementia

Missing since: Wednesday morning, June, 17, 2020

Last Seen: West 5th Street & Kings Highway, Brooklyn, NY 11223

DOB: 12/10/1932

AGE: 87

Sex: M

Race: Caucasian

Eyes: Brown

Hair: Silver

Height: 5'5''

Last Seen Wearing: Blue Slippers, Olive Dress Pants & Striped Dress Shirt


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