Still Missing: No new leads on Duane Kangas disappearance

Duane Kangas

HANCOCK — The wife of a Hancock man reported missing four weeks ago is asking anyone with information on the case to come forward.

Duane Kangas, 38, was reported missing Nov. 7.

“I just beg, if somebody knows something, to please, please come forward,” his wife, Christina Kangas, said Tuesday. “Everything can be anonymous. Write a letter. Do something.”

Kangas is a white male, 175 pounds and 5-feet-8-inches tall. He has long, brown hair, brown eyes and several tattoos on his arms and his back.

He was last seen leaving the Houghton Krist Food Mart on Shelden Avenue at about 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 7. At the time, he was driving his black 1996 Oldsmobile Bravada. Its Michigan license plate is DGV 3231.

Kangas is listed on the Law Enforcement Information Network and the National Crime Information Center as a missing person.

The Hancock Police Department had no new information on the case Tuesday.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Hancock Police Department at 482-3102.

Friends and family members have put up numerous posters throughout the area asking for leads on Kangas’s disappearance.

A Facebook page, Help Find Duane Kangas, has also been created for Kangas. People can send anonymous messages to the page, Christina Kangas said.

“I’m living in a complete hellish nightmare,” she said. “I’ve never felt this way before in my life. It’s like a fear that I’ve never had.”