Police have issued an update as they continue their search for an Oshawa man who has been missing since April.
Durham police have released a surveillance camera image of Kevin Zapp in the lobby of an apartment building at 222 Nonquon Rd. on the evening of April 25. After attempting to enter the building Zapp left westbound on Nonquon; it is the last known sighting of the man, police said.
The 32-year-old Zapp, of Norwill Crescent, remains missing and police are seeking tips from the public on his whereabouts.
Zapp, whose nickname is “Ambition,” is white and five-foot-six with a thin build. He has blue eyes and brown hair. He has a receding hairline and is balding at the top of his head.
He was wearing a black baseball hat with white pinstripes and the Toronto Blue Jays logo on the front, a black, sleeveless, zippered winter vest quilted with a diamond pattern, and dark-grey, high-cut Timberland winter boots.
Zapp has tattoos on his left arm, forearm and on his fingers.
The tattoos include the word “ambition” on his forearm, the word “king” with an image of a crown on his hand, and the words “self made” on his fingers.