John Castic, a Goldman Sachs worker, has seemingly vanished after leaving a live performance in New York Metropolis over the weekend, in line with police.
Castic, 27, was final seen at about 3 a.m. July 29 outdoors the Brooklyn Mirage Evening Membership venue at 140 Stewart Avenue, New York, police informed Newsweek in a press launch.
Lacking particular person posters of Castic have begun to flow into on social media about his disappearance.
One missing-person poster mentioned Castic was on the Brooklyn Mirage to see a efficiency by the digital duo Zeds Useless the night time he vanished.
The police described Castic as being about 6-foot-3 and 180 kilos. Nonetheless, some posters differ on his top, saying he’s 6-foot-1.
In a single missing-person poster he’s described as having a slim construct and was final seen carrying a navy and white button-down floral shirt. One other poster added that Castic is white with soiled blond hair and blue eyes.
Castic has been working as a senior analyst at Goldman Sachs since final August and graduated from DePaul College in 2020, in line with his LinkedIn profile.
“Goldman Sachs’ Workplace of International Safety is working carefully with the NYPD to assist find John,” a Goldman Sachs spokesperson informed Newsweek. “We’re in contact along with his household throughout this tough time and the investigation stays ongoing.”
Sara Kostecka, who claimed to be his “finest pal” on Fb, shared a number of posts about his disappearance and mentioned she had heard rumors of “creepy individuals” working close to the venue.
“Any info could be significantly appreciated, in addition to sharing this to anybody in NYC that may have seen him,” she wrote on a Fb submit on Monday. “I’ve heard rumors from individuals about being requested to hop in a taxi/ cab from some creepy individuals close to the Mirage – reminder to remain secure and test in in your associates. I am imagined to stroll with him in my brothers marriage ceremony subsequent week.. we simply wanna discover John.”
Jonah Shales, one other pal of Castic, spoke to Fox Information Digital after his disappearance and emphasised his concern. He mentioned that Castic’s telephone died sooner or later after he left the venue and has not been on since.
“We’re completely very frightened about him. Nobody has had any contact with him,” Shales mentioned.
Police have mentioned anybody with info in regard to this incident is requested to name the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).
The general public can even submit their suggestions by logging onto the CrimeStoppers web site at https://crimestoppers.nypdonline.org/, or on Twitter @NYPDTips. Police additionally famous all calls are confidential.
Replace 8/1/23, 11:25 a.m. ET: This text was up to date with remark from a Goldman Sachs spokesperson.