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Police: Missing Durham man may be in danger

Posted July 26, 2011

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— A missing Durham man's credit card was used on the morning after he disappeared by a man captured on surveillance video at a Duke Street bank, police said Tuesday.

They are trying to find both men.

Luciano Alejandro Cabrera, 21, was last seen June 10 at Steel Blue on Rigsbee Avenue. He was wearing a black shirt and black pants.

Police believe he may be in danger.

He drives a 2000 silver Chrysler Sebring with North Carolina license tag YYH 9769, which is also missing.

Another man was seen in surveillance video using Cabrera's credit card at 3:39 a.m. on June 11 at the State Employees Credit Union, at 504 S. Duke St.

Anyone with information on the man's identity or Cabrera's whereabouts is asked to call detectives at 919-560-4440, extension 29335, or Crime Stoppers at 919-683-1200.


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  • fatkatts2 Jul 28, 2011

    What a cold lifeless expression on the face in the picture. You can see the fear of getting caught...in his eyes.

  • jocus73 Jul 28, 2011

    Cindy, I would like to help you to find your brother. Can you send me an email to jocus73@hotmail.com

  • cindylozano2009 Jul 27, 2011

    My brother is the missing person . And i agree why did it take a month to post this picture... Im very upset. I pray every nite for my brother and his return home. I dont know wat to think anymore. I dont wish for any one to go trough this. Its the worst feeling in life.. Please keep my brother and family in ur prayers. And hope this thief gets caught ..and gets wat he deserves..

  • Dido Jul 26, 2011

    This happened a month and a half ago! Has the guy not used the card since then?

  • hellorhighwaters Jul 26, 2011

    I'm with you....hunter38.........If someone else is using his credit card, then he 'is' in danger already. So why not beef up the search for him now? I don't think the police should wait.....until they find a line of blood some where, they howl 'homicide'.

    Sometimes you must think the worst in order to keep the worst from happening. Look for this man 'hard' now; not later; when you are almost sure that he is dead.

  • hunter38 Jul 26, 2011

    "MIGHT" be in danger??? Uhhhh...no rocket scientist here but if that aint him using the ATM then I would say....he has already met danger......just saying.

  • Rebelyell55 Jul 26, 2011

    This will not come out good. Hope they catch em. Most likely they have his picture and ID already in their system.

  • shemontay Jul 26, 2011

    if i knew who this person was i would turn him in just for using a card he know is not his...

  • Life_Aint_Always_Beautiful Jul 26, 2011

    Why is this just now being posted?

  • u stand corrected Jul 26, 2011

    Not too smart if the card is stolen... but then... I rest my case.