UPDATE 9/6/2022 - Shannon Shcheppa has been found. Details below. 


Local law enforcement, along with the family of a 29-year-old Dutchess County man, is asking for assistance from the community to locate Shannon Scheppa, who was reported missing on Monday, September 5th.

Man Missing From Dover Area Said To Be Danger To Himself

Friends and family have reported that 29-year-old Shannon Scheppa was last seen around 7 pm near High View Road in the town of Dover, Dutchess County New York.  A Facebook post from his sister, Kathryn Scheppa, states that her brother isn't answering calls and is a danger to himself.

Facebook: Kathryn Scheppa
Facebook: Kathryn Scheppa

When he was reportedly last seen around 7 pm on Labor Day Monday, September 5th, Shannon was said to be driving a 2007 black Honda Civic.  The car is described to have black rims, a loud muffler, and missing a front bumper.  The registration on the vehicle is New York State, JNE5578.

Described as approximately 5 feet 7 inches tall, 120 pounds, and hair shorter than what is shown in the image below, Shannon was last seen wearing a red sweatshirt with black stripes on the side, long blue jeans, and black sneakers.  He is reported to be a Type 1 diabetic.

New York State Police
New York State Police

UPDATE: As of this morning, Tuesday, September 6, 2022, New York State Police updated the community on the missing 29-year-old man from Dutchess County. 

State Police gave little information regarding the instance, but they do express that Scheppa has been found and is unharmed. In an updated press release, police say, "Shannon Scheppa has been located in good health."

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