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177 lbs.
Pit scars on the right side of his upper lip, large burn scar on left forearm. Walked very erect and had a peculiar very noticeable swing to his body when he walked.
A dark gray suit, "Society" brand, with name Burks and Short, size 16.5 shirt with collars. Chest measured 41", waist measured 38.5". Name Roy Frisch or Roy J. Frisch on label inside pocket on inside coat. "Stacy Adams" vici, kid black oxfords, size 9, rubber heels, narrow (A or AA). Suspenders. Light gray Fedora hat with wide black band (Usually Dobbs brand), initials in hat band.

Roy Frisch was last seen on March 22, 1934 in Reno, Nevada.Frisch told his mother and sisters that he was going to see a movie, left his Court Street home and vanished.He lived with his mother and sisters, Alice and Louisa at the time.Roy Frisch grew up in Reno and was a veteran of World War I. He served as a Reno City Councilman and as the Washoe County Assessor before taking a job as the head cashier at George Wingfield�s Riverside Bank, the job he held at the time of his disappearance.Frisch was to be the key government witness against William Graham and James McKay, but he vanished just before the first trial was set to begin.William Graham and James McKay are referred to as the overlords of the underworld in Reno in the 1930s.In 1933, they were indicted in a mail-fraud scheme that bilked investors out of thousands of dollars. Frisch was described as a model citizen who didn�t drink alcohol, smoke or gamble. In the days after Frisch disappeared, a reward of $2,000 was offered for information on his whereabouts.

Reno Police Department
(775) 321-8372


(map location is approximate based on lat/long of case city)


P: (231) 250-5222
Email: TrackMissing

P.O. Box 366
White Cloud, MI 49349

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