Jun 11, 2021
SEEN HIM? Irvington Man Reported Missing
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Police in Essex County are seeking the public's help in locating a 31-year-old man.
Eric R. Bunyan, of Irvington, was last seen on the 200 block of Camden Street in Newark, Newark Public Safety Director Brian A. O’Hara said.
He last communicated with his family on Tuesday, June 8.
He is described as 5’6” tall, approximately 170 pounds, and last seen wearing orange shorts, a white t-shirt and a blue baseball cap.
Director O’Hara urges anyone with information about the whereabouts of Eric R. Bunyan to call the Department's 24-hour Crime Stopper tip line at 1-877-NWK-TIPS (1-877-695-8477). All anonymous Crime Stopper tips are kept confidential and could result in a reward.
Anonymous tips may also be made using the Police Division’s website at: www.newarkpd.org or through the Newark Police Division Smartphone App available at iTunes and Google Play.
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Assailants Who Were Seen Surrounding Man On Divvy Bikes, Knocked Him Down And Stole His Bike Are Suspected In Multiple Downtown Attacks
In a random attack this past Wednesday night at Madison Street and Wabash Avenue, video shows the man being pulled down from his backpack, thrown to the ground, and kicked by one of the assailants. The attack blocked traffic.READ MORE: COVID-19 Vaccination Event For Dads Held In Chatham This Fathers Day, As Part Of Black Men Heal Project
The assault involved up to seven people. The assailants were all on Divvy bikes, essentially waiting for someone to target.READ MORE: Woman Killed, 12-Year-Old And Infant In Critical Condition After Hit-And-Run Crash
When they spotted the victim on Madison Street, those on the Divvy bikes surrounded him, allowing one assailant without a bike to step in and attack – leaving the victim helpless.
Police now say the same group stole another person’s bike on Dearborn Street downtown right after the Madison and Wabash attack.
On Saturday night, it happened again at Monroe and Clark streets. All the attacks were in blocks of each other.