Bonney Lake man missing for two weeks

Staff writerJune 4, 2014 

A Bonney Lake man has been missing for two weeks and police, who believe he may be suicidal, are asking for the public’s help in finding him.

Robert Stack Jr., 45, has not been seen since May 21 though family members have found two notes from him.

On May 21, he asked The Boeing Co., where he’s worked for 25 years, for a leave of absence. Stack left a note on his front door saying he was going to South America and then disappeared.

Police said Stack’s passport and cell phone were found inside his house and there’s no indication that he left the country. He has not accessed his bank accounts either. Stack’s black 1999 Toyota truck with Washington license plate B41391B is missing, as is his dog Wiley, a red heeler.

Friends and family members said Stack had been depressed. A second note was recently found indicating he was suicidal but did not give any clues about his whereabouts, police said.

Stack is not armed and is not considered to be dangerous to anybody but himself. He is 5-feet-9 and 165 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.

Anyone who has seen him or knows where he or his truck might be are asked to call the Bonney Lake Police Department at 253-863-2218.

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