John Peter Lioudakis, the Greek-Canadian who went missing nine months ago during his vacation in Mexico, has not been located yet. Now, the Canadian police have issued a renewed appeal for help in finding the 40-year-old man from Toronto.
Lioudakis was last seen on Thursday, May 23, 2013, at 6:30 a.m., at Toronto Pearson International airport, where he boarded a flight bound for Mexico.
Investigations revealed that Lioudakis checked in to the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Mazatlán, Mexico the next day and then checked out about a week later.
“It remains unknown where he went from there, as there are no records of him returning to Canada,” police said, adding, “foul play cannot be ruled out.”
The Canadian police officials are concerned for Lioudakis’ safety, as he was not scheduled to remain in Mexico for an extended period of time. He has also not made any contact with his family or friends since shortly after his departure.
Lioudakis is described as white with an olive complexion, 6 foot 3 inches and 220 pounds, brown eyes and a muscular build. He has a small tattoo of an iguana on his lower-left calf and a piercing on his chin. Police added that the Greek-Canadian has a vertical scar on his right forearm and occasionally has a goatee. He was last seen wearing a grey Jack Jones T-shirt with white sports shoes and blue jeans.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Canadian police at 416−808−1400, Crime Stoppers anonymous at 416−222−TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, to text TOR and the message to CRIMES (274637), or leave a tip on Facebook.