JASON ELK: Missing Again, Police Asking For Help

wpid-Photo-Apr-17-2013-503-PM.jpgBOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — We reported last evening at the request of the Boca Raton Polcie Department that Jason Elk was missing after driving his car into a pond at Lynn University. He escaped his luxury SUV and fled the scene. Police reported later in the evening that he was found.

This morning, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office — and his parents — report that Jason apparently fled a mental health facility and is again missing. While he is not considered to be a danger to the public, he may be a danger to himself.

He was last scene in the area of Polo Club at the Boca/Delray line on Military Trail. He is 5’8” and last seen wearing a white shirt, black shorts and no shoes.

If you see Jason, please telephone PBSO at 561-388-3400 or call your local law enforcement agency.


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