Missing: John Skirta | Palm Harbor, FL
Missing

John Skirta

Skirta was last seen by his father in the vicinty of the 3360 block of Pattie Place between 12:00 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. on November 10, 2001. At 7:30 a.m. Skirta's father woke up and found the back door slightly ajar and his son missing. He did not take any identification, money, or his bicycle or eyeglasses when he disappeared. Bloodhounds traced Skirta's scent out the back door of the residence to the mailbox, but the trail was lost there. His father said that before his disappearance, Skirta seemed very withdrawn. Skirta is described as well-read and intelligent but ill at ease with people. He has worked various jobs, including as a volunteer at the snack bar at Helen Ellis Memorial Hospital, but has never stayed at any one job for very long. (Information retrieved from NamUs.gov)

  • Last updated: August 12, 2020
  • Palm Harbor, FL
  • November 10, 2001

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Skirta was last seen by his father in the vicinty of the 3360 block of Pattie Place between 12:00 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. on November 10, 2001. At 7:30 a.m. Skirta's father woke up and found the back door slightly ajar and his son missing. He did not take any identification, money, or his bicycle or eyeglasses when he disappeared. Bloodhounds traced Skirta's scent out the back door of the residence to the mailbox, but the trail was lost there. His father said that before his disappearance, Skirta seemed very withdrawn. Skirta is described as well-read and intelligent but ill at ease with people. He has worked various jobs, including as a volunteer at the snack bar at Helen Ellis Memorial Hospital, but has never stayed at any one job for very long. (Information retrieved from NamUs.gov)

Information

  1. Date Missing:November 10, 2001
  2. Age at Incident:43
  3. NAMUS Number:MP10879
  4. Race:White / Caucasian
  5. Gender:Male
  6. Height:70
  7. Weight:155
  8. Hair Color:Brown
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