Since our post this morning, Maui TV News has received several inquiries, updates and “corrections” to information previously reported. As a result, Maui TV News has prepared an updated printable flyer for friends, family and interested people to help spread the word toward finding this man. Click here or on the thumbnail for a printable version.
Sean Okin is missing. A weekend post by a Maui TV News viewer sparked an inquiry that has – unfortunately – turned out to be a fact.
Maui Police are requesting assistance regarding missing person, Sean Okin. In addition to Maui Police, the recently-formed group, Maui Search and Rescue has also become actively involved in the search. Okin reportedly drives a blue Scion. Friends say the vehicle has been registered in Hawai’i and now bears Hawai’i license plates.
Witnesses say he was spotted on Monday this week in Kihei and may be staying in the Kihei area. Police say Okin was operating a black or dark blue Toyota Scion with California plates. He is known to frequent Pāʻia Bay and is believed to be in the Pāʻia area, according to police. Police say Okin is 47-years-old, stands 5’7″ tall, and weighs approximately 183 pounds.
Anyone with information is asked to call Maui police at 244-6400 or contact Detective Nelson Hamilton at 244-6421. Maui TV News has also created a new printable flyer. Please post responsibly.