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The Glenview Police Department is asking for help finding a 20-year-old Glenview man who “may be suffering from depression,” according to a release from the department.
Nicholas Zwolinski was reported missing on July 1 by his parents after telling his mother he was going for a walk that afternoon. He has not returned home and left his wallet and cell phone, the release states.
Zwolinski was last seen at 3 p.m. July 1 leaving his home in the 700 block of Beaver Road in the Village, according to police. He was wearing a gray T-shirt and black shorts. Zwolinski is 5 feet, 10 inches tall and has brown hair and a short beard, the release states.
Sgt. Jim Foley said Glenview police officers and detectives have been searching through local woods with the aid of drones, knocking on neighbors’ doors and checking at hospitals and with friends in an effort to find Zwolinski, but “we haven’t found anything.”
Zwolinski is known to frequent local parks and the Blue Star Woods, according to police.
The department is also following up on every tip it receives about Zwolinski, Foley said July 3.
“We’re really exhausting every resource we have available right now,” Foley said, adding the department is now looking to bring in a scent-tracking dog to aid the search.
“We’re just trying our best,” Foley said.
Anyone with information about Zwolinski’s whereabouts is asked to call Glenview Police Detective Randy Herndon at (847) 901-6118 or the Glenview Police Department tipline at (847) 901-6055.