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Douglas Edward Meer

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Douglas Edward Meer

Missing Persons Details

Missing Person
Douglas Edward Meer
Alias Used
Doug; Doc Yucatan
Last Seen
March 29, 1982
Case Status
Status Updated
January 02, 2023
Endangered Adult
Intake Date
January 02, 2023
Source of Record
Medical Conditions
Taking lithium for a chemical imbalance due to a motorcycle accident


Boulder County
Postal Code

Physical Description

Current Age
Indian Tribe Affiliation
No Tribe Affiliation
Non-Binary Selections
Hair Color
Eye Color
5' 8" - 5'
180-225 lb
Distinguishing Features
He has severe acne on his back and face and a scar on his abdomen, half an inch wide and ten inches long.

Details of Disappearance

Meer resided in Boulder, Colorado in 1983. He was a student at the University of Colorado and an employee of King Soopers at the time. 

He inherited money from a relative in 1983, paid several months rent in advance, made several advance payments on his late-model Datsun truck, and went on vacation to Las Vegas.

Meer called family just after Easter in April 1983.  He said he was on his way to Los Angeles, California, and asked his mother to wire money to the Mexican state of Baja California. 

He received the money through Western Union. His loved ones have not heard from him since.

In June 1983, his vehicle was found in an impound lot in Ensenada, Mexico, fifty miles from the California border. 

All of Meer's possessions, including a full bottle of his medication, were inside the vehicle. Meer and his dog, Pepper, were missing, but food for the dog was in the truck.

Case Numbers

Verified with Law Enforcement

Police Contact Information

Boulder Police Department
Jeremy Frenzen, Detective
Local Police Case Number
(303) 441-3333

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