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RAW VIDEO: Footage of Missing Brookings Man's Last Appearance Released

Authorities hope that the footage of Max Greenfield's last appearance will help the public locate him.

Posted: Apr. 12, 2018 5:49 PM

CRESCENT CITY, Calif. — After nearly a month of searching for missing Brookings man Max Greenfield, authorities have released the footage of his last sighting.

Greenfield appeared on security camera footage outside of the Lucky 7 Casino in Smith River on March 18. The video shows Greenfield speaking with another man outside the building, before the two of them walk out through the casino's parking lot.

The man that Greenfield is seen speaking with has been identified and questioned, according to the Del Norte County Sheriff's (DNCS) Department. That interview does not appear to have given authorities any reliable leads on Greenfield's location or direction of travel.

CLICK HERE for our last story regarding Greenfield's family, and their search for Max.

Anyone with information regarding Greenfield's whereabouts is encouraged to contact Detective Gil with the DNCS at (707) 465-2468, or contact the Curry County Sheriff's Department.

CLICK HERE for more information on Greenfield's initial disappearance.

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