Disappeared in West Palm Beach: Detectives Still Seeking Info on Sean Seebarran, from The Bronx, Missing Since New Year’s Eve in 2017

Sean is a native of Guyana with long black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a blue t-shirt with the words “Shut Up and Stay Calm” on the front. He had no known friends in the area and no vehicle with him at the time. Family members said it was unlike Sean not to check in.

WEST PALM BEACH, FL – The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is still looking for a missing man from over two years ago; Sean Seebarran, whose last address was in the The Bronx, was last seen on December 31, 2017 in West Palm Beach, FL.

According to police, Sean, who is now 36 years old, was visiting a family member living on Vilma Lane, in West Palm when he abruptly left the residence for what was said to have been unknown reasons. He was scheduled to fly to La Guardia Airport, in New York, a week later on January 8, 2018, however, he never utilized the airline ticket and has not been seen or heard from since.

Sean is a native of Guyana and has long black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a blue t-shirt with the words “Shut Up and Stay Calm” on the front. He had no known friends in the area and had no vehicle with him at the time. In 2017 family members said it was unlike Sean not to check in. 


According to the Palm Beach Post who spoke with the missing man’s mother last year, she is still hopeful he is found and returns home safe.

“I’m still hoping that my son will show up….. It’s like this is not real. I’m going to wake up and see my son in front of me and (hear him) say “Mom, I’m OK.′ I can’t sleep,” she said.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Sean Seebarran is urged to contact PBSO Dispatch at 561/688-3400, the nearest law enforcement agency or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS. 

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