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Somebody knows what happened to Larry Stackhouse Jr.
Take a good look at his image because back in December 2005, the 19-year-old left his Syracuse, NY home in the Valley neighborhood to go to a basketball game with a friend. His parents haven’t seen Larry since that night. That was seven years ago and there are more questions than answers. Did he simply run away? Or was he harmed? What could have happened?
His parents, Lorraine and Larry Stackhouse have been worried for years because their son is not where he belongs. Home. Like any parent needing closure, they have been forced to reach out to strangers who might know something.
Larry would be about 25 years today and was last seen wearing a long sleeve white T-shirt with a short sleeve black T-shirt over it, blue jeans, butter tan colored “Timberland” boots. He had a pierced left ear, tattoo of the name “Larry” on right arm, and caps on teeth. At the time of his disappearance he stood 5’10, about 170 pounds, and medium complexion.
Larry was last seen at approximately 6:30pm leaving his residence in the vicinity of the 100 block of Lynn Circle in Syracuse, NY. He left with an acquaintance and has not been seen since. If you have any information that could help find Larry, please contact Black and Missing Foundation.