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Missing: Patrick Borally

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Patrick Borally's family offers $25,000 reward - news-herald.com

As officials continue to search for clues to a missing Lyndhurst man’s whereabouts, his family has offered a reward for information.

As of Thursday night, Richmond Heights Police officials said there were no new leads regarding the whereabouts of 41-year-old Patrick Borally.

A search was held near Borally’s Richmond Heights business Thursday morning, but officials are seeking tips from anyone in Northeast Ohio who might have seen Borally or his vehicle.

Borally was last seen Monday in a blue Dodge Caravan with vanity plates “TAKEOUT,” according to Richmond Heights Police Detective Charles Duffy.

Borally’s family business is the Borally’s Catering and Banquet Services on Chardon Road in Richmond Heights.

The Cleveland office of the FBI is assisting Richmond Heights Police in its investigation.

“We don’t know at this point in time whether he left voluntarily or if there’s some foul play. That’s what we’re trying to figure out,” FBI Special Agent Scott T. Wilson said Thursday afternoon.

The family on Thursday offered a reward of up to $25,000 for information provided to law enforcement that would help locate Borally.

“We view the public as our eyes and ears and we’re hoping somebody sees the van or Mr. Borally and calls us and we can bring Mr. Borally home safely,” Wilson said.

Earlier in the week, several people reported seeing the van in the Cleveland area, but neither the vehicle nor Borally has been located, Wilson said.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Richmond Heights Police Department at 216-486-1234 or the Cleveland office of the FBI at 216-522-1400.
 
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