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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

MISSING PERSON ALERT: Cole Rupard, 28, from Indiana

The loved ones of Cole Rupard report that "Cole has been found and is safe with his family at the moment." There are no other details available at this time. Rupard vanished in late November 2012. However, apart from posters, his missing persons case was kept low profile by those searching for him at the request of law enforcement. This gives the impression that there may have been mitigating factors involved with his disappearance. 
Cole Rupard, 28, was last seen on November 20th, 2012 in the vicinity of Indianapolis. He is six-foot-four with red hair and hazle eyes, and drives a 2006 Chevrolet Malibu with the license plate 922NIL.
According to reports his roommate was the last known person to see Rupard before he disappeared. Since then, there has been no cellphone or bank account activities.
Rupard is from Noblesville, Indiana. If you see him or his vehicle please call Detective Saddler of the Noblesville Police Department at 317-776-6342. (Click the poster to enlarge.)


  1. They best start looking at water near where he disappeared at. Hate to sound crude, but the simple fact is boys are coming up missing and found in water all over.

  2. Most likely, but the problem with this case is that Rupard did not just "wander off" on foot, he vanished with his car. That makes it difficult to know exactly which body of water to start searching.

    Having said that, as you probably know with these cases, many a man and vehicle have been known to mysteriously sink into a watery grave together...

    I can find no updates or active police involvement in Cole Rupard's disappearance--any news out there?


  3. He is back home, safe. no clue what happened.

  4. Did anyone ever find out where Cole went?

  5. Has anyone ever heard ANY update on what happened with this case? He was SO close to where Josh Swalls and Walton Ward were... I hope if he was abducted he would come forward to report it to help get answers for the other cases...!!!