It’s been a month since 24-year-old Gevork Boyadzhyan was last seen in Burbank. His family members don’t know where he is and are desperate for answers, and have not given up hope that he will one day return home.
Boyadzhyan left his Burbank home at 7:30 p.m. on July 20 in his car, dressed casually in black jeans and a black jacket.
He had just gotten off the phone and told his mother he’d be back, but didn’t specify where he was headed. An hour later, he sent a text message to a close friend that said, “Call me.”
But he never came home.
Since 9:30 that night, his phone has been turned off, no activity has been reported on his credit cards, and there’s been no sign of him at local hospitals or jails, according to his family.
Even after printing and distributing hundreds of fliers with his picture, driving around looking for clues, and staying up late digging through his computer and belongings, family members have gotten nowhere. But they’ve not given up hope that he will come home safely.