Longmont family hosts vigil for man missing since September

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LONGMONT, Colo. (KDVR) — Longmont Police are still investigating the disappearance of 54-year-old Saza Lee, who went missing after leaving for a bike ride on Sept. 10.

Friends of Lee’s wife Bobbie, and stepdaughter Caitlyn hosted a vigil Sunday night at Kanemoto Park in Longmont to pray for his safe return.

“I don’t know if he was hit or if someone took him,” Bobbie said.

Bobbie told FOX31 and Channel 2 that there has been no credit card activity or bank activity on her husband’s account. She said his phone was last pinged in the area where he was riding his bike the night he disappeared.

“I don’t know what happened that night but we need him to come home,” Bobbie said.

The vigil started at 6 p.m and the public was welcome to attend. Several people, who told Bobbie they never knew Lee, said they have been helping in the search.

“It’s just the unknown it eats you up inside,” Bobbie said.

Sunday marked Bobbie and Saza’s fourth wedding anniversary together.

“We miss him so much, we just want him to come home,” Bobbie said.

Police said they believe Lee left on his own and he is not a victim of a random crime, nor is this a random disappearance. Lee left for a bike ride at 8 p.m. around the area of Main Street and Mountain View Avenue. Police said Lee’s route generally takes him along greenways to Sandstone Ranch and then west toward Hover Street.

Lee is 5 feet, 7 inches tall, weighs 170 pounds, has brown hair and brown eyes. He has a blue camel backpack and a white helmet. Police said he wears a hearing aid, but he did not have one with him when he left for the bike ride.

If you have seen Lee, please contact the Longmont Emergency Communications Center at 303-651-8501 and reference LPD #21-7454.

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