GRESHAM, Ore. (KOIN) — Cameron Combs’ mother dropped him off at a friend’s house in Gresham on January 18. He hasn’t been seen since.
There has been no activity on his social media sites or his cell phone, KOIN 6 News learned.
His older sister, Nicole Ruff is heartbroken and taking the story public in the hope that someone, somewhere has information about her 24-year-old brother.
“I’m hoping somebody will see he has a family that cares about him,” she said. “We’re really scared. We don’t know what’s happened to him where he’s at not knowing not hearing from him for so long is really odd he usually keeps in contact.”
His family said they don’t believe he has any ties outside of the area. As time passes, they said, it’s more difficult to hold out hope.
“His friends have started calling the house looking for him, too, so nobody knows where he’s at,” she said.
Combs is 5-feet-6, 135 pounds with brownish-black hair, brown eyes and a few tatoos: a cross on one arm; “420” on the opposite upper arm; and a single, straight line on one thigh.
“Definitely fearing the worst when someone’s missing more than a couple days,” Ruff said. “It’s not necessarily a good thing. It’s been hard to get help finding him.”
Anyone who has information should call the Gresham police at 503.618.2719503.618.2719.