Santa Clara police put the word out again on Tuesday in the hopes of finding a 32-year-old French citizen whose disappearance this summer is out of character, and who may be in possession of a Glock 9mm handgun.
Matthieu Tuvignon was last seen July 12 when he left his Mountain View sales job for lunch, according to police. He bought something at a store on Stevens Creek and Winchester boulevards at 1 p.m. that day, and has not been seen or made contact with family or friends since.
In the update police sent out Tuesday, they elaborated that Tuvignon was recently counseled at work about his job performance and his car was last seen in Oakland on July 14 about 2 p.m.
Police said that Tuvignon has no known medical conditions and doesn't take any medication. Police also said that his passport is missing, his cell phone has been found, and he may be in possession of a Glock.
Lt. Matt Hogan added Tuesday that there is no indication that he intends to harm someone or himself, and there's no indication that he's used his bank account or left the country.
Police also said that Tuvignon’s disappearance is "out of character and suspicious."
Tuesday's plea for the public's help is the second time Santa Clara police have put all the All Points Bulletin for Tuvignon. The first time was July 19.
Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is encouraged to call Santa Clara Police Detective Mike Carleton at (408) 615-4822.