Boise Police Department
News Release

William L. Bones
Chief of Police

Contact: BPD Media Relations Office


Thursday, October 20, 2011

UPDATE- Missing possibly endangered Boise man

10-20-11 - UPDATE- Missing possibly endangered Boise man
   Boise, October 21st, 2011 -With the release of the victims identity, Andrew Schepp, by the Ada County Coroner's Office this morning, the investigation into the missing person by BPD will be handed over to the Ada County Sheriff's Office. Further inquiries into this case should be directed to that agency.
It was our hope at BPD that the missing Boise man could be located safe and sound, unfortunately, that did not happen. We would like to thank the public for its help in trying to find Mr. Schepp.  


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  Boise Police are asking for the publics help in finding a man who is missing and officers fear may be endangered.

    Last Seen: Andrew E. Schepp, 40 years old of Boise was last seen on October 14th. His disappearance was reported on October 18th to Boise Police. Officers initial attempts to locate Schepp have not resulted in his location. 

    Endangered:Investigators believe the Boise man may have gone to a remote area to engage in paragliding. Equipment used for this activity is reportedly missing from his home at his home in East Boise and he is known to be an avid enthusiast. Schepp's vehicle, a gold BMW SUV with the license plate 1AWR560 is also missing. Schepp has not been at work since that date. Officers are concerned for his safety and we are hoping any information the public can provide may may help locate him.

    Description:Andrew E. Schepp is described as a light-skinned male, 5'10 tall, 195 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.See the attached photos.

    Crime Stoppers:Anyone with information on Schepp's whereabouts is urged to call Boise area Crime Stoppers at 343-COPS. Callers can remain anonymous. Citizens can also go online to, follow the links and leave their tip, or text tips the word "TIP236" and type in  "CRIMES".