22-year-old Timothy Ceasar has been missing since June 1.
A 22-year-old Northeast man has been missing from Lower Bucks County since June 1, but contrary to speculation on social media, authorities have no evidence linking his case to the quadruple murders of four similarly aged suburban men.
Philadelphia police released information about Timothy Ceasar on July 11. He was last seen at a 7-Eleven at Bristol Pike (U.S. Route 13) and Neshaminy Road in Croydon on June 1. According to investigators in the case, Ceasar’s mother told police she drove him to the convenience store from the family’s home on the 3400 block of Fitler Street in Academy Gardens.
Ceasar told his mother he wanted to buy something to drink then walk home, according to her statement to police. Surveillance cameras recorded Ceasar at the store, but he never made it back to Fitler Street, which is about a six-mile walk from the store.
Police say Ceasar is white, 5 feet 10 inches tall and about 130 pounds with a thin build. He has a light complexion, hazel eyes and straight, shoulder-length blond hair. He was wearing a black sweatshirt and faded dark blue jeans.
Call Northeast Detectives at 215–686–3153 to report information or call 911 in an emergency. ••