Police Continue Search for Missing Osseo Man
Osseo Police and the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office continue their search Monday for 23-year-old Robert John Quade. He was last seen at a gas station Friday in Edina.
“I think of someone with a huge heart.”
The president of Totino Grace High School says Robert Quade was a role model for other students. Quade graduated from Totino-Grace in 2014.
“He was voted biggest heart by his classmates in 2014,” says Dr. Craig Junker, president of Totino-Grace. “The thing about Robert is he would show back up to school and people would be excited to see him.”
Junker says Quade believed in other people’s success and people cheered Robert on too.
“That’s why right now it feels pretty lonely,” says Junker. “It feels pretty sad right now.”
People “Don’t Go Missing Very Often”
The Osseo Police Department says people don’t go missing from the small city very often. Since Quade is an adult, the situation is more difficult.
“You know as an adult you do have the right not to contact anybody,” says Osseo Police Chief Shane Mikkelson. “It does make it more difficult because children are different. They are under the control of their parents.”
Quade is 6 feet 1 and weighs 220 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes. Police say he last seen wearing a red shirt and black shorts. The Osseo Police Department would not say if foul play is suspected, but they did say his well being is a concern.
“We are worried for his welfare,” says Chief Mikkelson. “So we are going to continue to do what we need to, to try and find him.”
Quade was driving a dark blue 2004 Lincoln Aviator with the Minnesota License plate 826-TNG.
Cell Phone “Pinged” Near Medina.
Police say Quade’s cell phone pinged off of a cell tower near Medina, west of Plymouth. Anyone with information should call the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office or dial 911.