Police received calls from people who reported Logan’s 1996 black Chrysler Sebring convertible with Washington license plate AVJ8434 was slowly drifting across three lanes of traffic on Interstate 5 between Tumwater and Maytown. The reports also noted that there didn’t appear to be a driver in the car.
Logan’s car eventually appeared to hit a concrete barrier and finally stopped near milepost 92, where it was discovered by police. There was no driver anywhere in or near the car.
One truck driver who called in to report Logan’s car allegedly saw a white man with brown-red hair jump out of the passenger side of the car and run into the nearby woods on the side of the interstate. His description did not match Logan’s, as Logan was a biracial man with black hair.
Because Logan hadn’t officially been reported missing yet, his car was impounded. He was reported missing on Monday, May 23rd, and when Ginnie received word of his impounded car, she went to check it out and found his phone, wallet, and I.D. inside.
Logan’s case remains unsolved today, and his family hasn’t seen him in seven years. A Facebook group, Logan Schiendelman is Missing, has been created in hopes that people will step forward with information on his case or help spread his story.
At the time of Logan’s disappearance, he was six feet tall, weighed around 170 pounds, and had black hair and brown eyes. He usually had a shaved head and would be 27 years old today.
If you have any information regarding his case, you are urged to contact the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office at (360) 786-5500.
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