By: David Asch

22-year-old Timothy Ceaser from Bucks County has been missing since June 1, 2017. New photos of Ceaser have been released by crimewatchpa.com to help identify him.

The 22-year-old was last seen near the 7-Eleven store on Route 13 near the Neshaminy Creek. He was reported missing shortly after his mother took him for a drive that afternoon. Ceaser was allegedly receiving threatening computer messages the night before. 

During that car ride, he asked his mother if he could walk home. He then proceeded on foot and was last seen in the 7-Eleven before entering a vehicle that drove away from the store. 

He was wearing three layers of clothing: a plain black sweatshirt layered on top, a white sweat-shirt layered in the middle, and an olive colored t-shirt layered underneath the two sweatshirts. He was also wearing blue jeans and black Nike sneakers. Ceaser at the time was holding a black toiletry bag, black jeff cap and tan slippers.

 

The two other photos released show a wide variety of Ceaser’s looks.

The one first released shows a sleek look. His hair is neatly combed and he is dressed in a tuxedo with a black suit jacket, a white dress shirt with black buttons and a black bowtie.

The second shows Ceaser appearing very different.  He has a shaven head, a scratch on the upper-right of his forehead and a khaki colored shirt.

Ceaser is described as a white male with light brown hair and hazel eyes. He stands 5’10” and weighs 130 lbs.

If you see Timothy Ceaser or have information on his whereabouts, please call Bristol Township Police at (215) 785-4040, Crime Watch PA’s Crime Tip Line at (215) 788-8289, or Detective O’Keefe at (215) 785-4707.