Portland police seek public help in locating missing man William Haskell

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PORTLAND — Portland police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating 40-year-old William “Billy” Haskell, who has been missing since Feb. 29.

Family members reported that it is highly unusual for Haskell to be out of contact for such an extended period, as he routinely checked in with relatives every few days.

The last known communication with Haskell was on the day he went missing, and since then, there have been no further contacts.

Authorities were informed that Haskell’s phone was destroyed on Feb. 29, complicating efforts to reach him.

No alternative phone number is known to the family, raising concerns about his current well-being.

Haskell is described as an individual who frequently moves between locations, often couch surfing at Franklin Towers and spending time at various transient camps throughout the city.

The Portland Police Department is urging anyone who may have information about Haskell’s whereabouts to come forward.

Detective Shinay is the point of contact for this case and can be reached at 207-874-8595.

The police and Haskell’s family are hopeful that community members can provide leads to ensure his safe return.

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