Find Missing Harvey, Deborah N Sean Dubs!

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Find Missing Harvey, Deborah N Sean Dubs!

Find Missing Harvey, Deborah N Sean Dubs!

Find missing Harvey, Deborah N Sean Dubs!
Deborah was speaking on the phone at the time.
The doorbell rang at their family apartment.
Deborah told the phone caller that she had to go.
That is when she, Harvey, and Sean vanished, never to be seen again.
This happened over 34 years ago.
Where is this missing family?

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Harvey Dubs

Find Missing Harvey, Deborah N Sean Dubs! Harvey Dubs has been missing since July 25, 1984. He is missing from San Francisco, California. Harvey Dubs is classified as an endangered missing person. His year of birth is 1954. At the time of his disappearance, Harvey was 30 years old. His current age is 64 years old. Harvey Dubs is a Caucasian male. He is described as 5’10” tall and 155 pounds at the time of his disappearance. His hair is brown and his eyes are brown.

Harvey wears eyeglasses. Some agencies may spell his last name “Dubbs.” When he was last seen, Harvey was wearing a dark-colored t-shirt, blue jeans and white sneakers.

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Deborah Ann Dubs

Find Missing Harvey, Deborah N Sean Dubs! Deborah Ann Dubs has been missing since July 25, 1984. She is missing from San Francisco, California. Deborah Ann Dubs is classified as an endangered missing person. Her year of birth is 1950. At the time of her disappearance, Deborah was 33 years old. Her current age is 67 years old. Deborah Ann Dubs is a Caucasian female. She is described as 5’4″ tall and 107 pounds at the time of her disappearance. Her hair is brown and her eyes are brown.

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Deborah Descriptions

Deborah has a tracheotomy scar on her neck. Her maiden name is Nourse. Deborah’s ears are pierced. Some agencies may spell her last name “Dubbs.” Deborah was pregnant at the time of her 1984 disappearance. She was taking daily medication for unspecified reasons. The medicine was left behind. When she was last seen, Deborah was wearing a white blouse with red horizontal stripes, dark-colored slacks, sandals or brown loafers, a wedding band and a silver watch with a leather strap.

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Sean Dubs

Find Missing Harvey, Deborah N Sean Dubs! Sean Dubs has been missing since July 25, 1984. He is missing from San Francisco, California. Sean Dubs’s case is classified as a non-family abduction. His year of birth is 1983. At the time of his disappearance, Sean was one year old. His current age is 35 years old. Sean Dubs is a Caucasian male. Sean is described as 2’9″ tall and 25 pounds at the time of his disappearance. His hair is brown and his eyes are brown.

When he was last seen, Sean was wearing a t-shirt, tan corduroy pants and a diaper. Some agencies may spell Sean’s last name “Dubbs.”

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Circumstances

Harvey Dubs and his wife, Deborah Ann Dubs, lived with their young son, Sean Dubs. They in San Francisco, California in 1984. Harvey was selling video equipment in July of that year and placed an advertisement in a local newspaper.

Deborah was speaking on the telephone to a friend on July 25. Then the doorbell rang at their family’s apartment. Deborah told her friend that she had to end the conversation. For two men who were interested in the items had arrived at their home. She carrying a leather purse when she was last seen. Deborah, Harvey and Sean have never been heard from again.

One of the Dubs family’s neighbors saw an Asian man leave their residence with a box later in the day. The same neighbor observed an unidentified vehicle drive away from the Dubs’s apartment on July 26. This was the day after the family disappeared. The neighbor attempted to follow the car. But she lost the vehicle in traffic.

A man identifying himself as Jim Bright called Harvey’s employer shortly afterwards. He claimed that the family moved to Washington. The unidentified man terminated the conversation when Harvey’s employer became suspicious.

Authorities believe that the Dubs family were victims of serial killers. Their names are Charles Chitat (occasionally spelled “Chat”) Ng and Leonard Lake. The men reportedly met through an advertisement in a survivalist magazine in the early 1980s. Lake was a former United States Marine and a Vietnam War veteran. Ng was a citizen of Hong Kong and falsified American citizenship documents in order to enlist in the Marines.

Ng was charged with stealing weapons from the military in 1982. He was apprehended on Lake’s property in California later that year. He was sentenced to 18 months in prison and should have been deported to Hong Kong after completing his sentence, but a bureaucratic error allowed Ng to remain in the United States. He was released in 1984 and moved on to Lake’s ranch in Wilseyville, California. Lake was a survivalist and the residence was stocked with weapons, explosives and provisions. Ng and Lake began using the ranch as a veritable sex slave compound shortly thereafter.

Authorities believe that the men found their victims at random. This was as in the case of the Dubs family. The female victims were often videotaped and forced to perform sexual acts for Ng and Lake prior to their murders. The male victims and children were usually tortured before their deaths.

Investigators apprehended Lake after he and Ng were caught shoplifting. They were caught at a San Francisco hardware store in 1985. Ng fled from officers, but Lake was taken into custody. The men were driving a vehicle owned by a missing person, who was later determined to have been one of their victims. A pistol and a silencer were discovered inside the car.

Lake swallowed a cyanide capsule he taped to the collar of his shirt while in custody. He reportedly told authorities that Ng was his partner prior to his death several days later. Investigators searched Lake’s property and uncovered the remains of several victims. Many of the bodies had been dismembered and burned, making identifications of the victims difficult or impossible.

Ng was apprehended in Canada later in 1985. He was convicted of eleven murders in California in 1999 after 14 years of legal wrangling and stalling. Ng’s trial was one of the most expensive in California history. He claimed Lake was the actual murderer and has never accepted responsibility for the murders. A receipt in Harvey Dubs’s name was discovered at Lake’s compound, but the family’s remains have never been recovered. It is believed that the Dubses were forcibly abducted from their home and murdered at the ranch.

Ng and Lake are also believed to be responsible for the 1985 disappearances of Jeffrey Gerald,, Paul Cosner and Clifford Peranteau. All of them vanished from San Francisco and have never been located.

Someone (s) knows something! Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Harvey Dubs? Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Deborah Ann Dubs? Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Sean Dubs? Do you have any person (s) responsible for their disappearances?

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Contact Information

If you think you know the whereabouts of Harvey Dubs, Debroah Ann Dubs, or Sean Dubs, BEFORE TAKING ANY ACTION, please contact the law enforcement agency listed in the missing person record. Please contact the San Francisco Police Department at: (415) 553-0123. You may contact your local law enforcement agency. You may contact the California Department of Justice at 1-800-222-FIND (24 hour nationwide toll-free Hotline). You may contact: (916) 210-3119. You may email the Office at missing.persons@doj.ca.gov. Or you can leave your tip online: Click here to leave your tip online.
You may contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children: 1-800-843-5678.

Harvey Dubs NamUs #MP10209 CASE NUMBER:
840804721
Deborah Ann Dubs NamUs #MP10208
CASE NUMBER:
840804712
Sean Dubs: NamUs #MP10210
CASE NUMBER:
84084721

Harvey Dubs has a profile on the California Attorney General website. Click here to view it.
Deborah Ann Dubs has a profile on the California Attorney General website. Click here to view it.
Sean Dubs has a profile on the California Attorney General website. Click here to view it.
Harvey Dubs has a NamUs profile. Click here to view it.
Deborah Ann Dubs has a NamUs profile. Click here to view it.
Sean Dubs has a NamUs profile. Click here to view it.
This is a Websleuths page devoted to the disappearances of Harvey, Deborah and Sean Dubs. Click here and learn more.
A year after the Dubs family disappeared, a disturbing lead occurred in their disappearance. It apparently did not pan out. Click here and learn more.
This missing family is believed to be linked to many other cases. Click here and learn more.
The above information is found Harvey Dubs’ Charley Project Page. The above information is found on Deborah Ann Dubs’ Charley Project Page. The above information is found on Sean Dubs’ Charley Project Page. I have adapted and remixed it. It is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial 4.0 International License.
The above image is courtesy of Our Missing Hearts, Inc.

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