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Submission + - CNET editor James Kim and his family are missing

An anonymous reader writes: According to CNET, "James Kim, a senior editor at the technology site has gone missing along with his family. The 35-year-old Kim, his 30-year-old wife Kati and daughters Penelope (4 years) and Sabine (7 months) left their home in San Francisco last week on a road trip to the Pacific Northwest. They were last seen on Saturday, November 25, in Portland, Ore., according to the San Francisco Police Department, which has opened a missing persons' investigation. They were driving a 2005 silver Saab station wagon with the personalized California license plate "DOESF." Those with information about the Kim family's whereabouts are asked to contact San Francisco police immediately at 415-558-5508 during normal business hours and at 415-553-1071 after-hours. The Pacific Northwest call center for the case can be reached at 1-800-452-7888. Investigators said Friday that the National Guard, CHP, Oregon State Police and Coast Guard are currently coordinating a land search. As of 1:30 p.m. PST, helicopters were in the air, according to the SFPD, and the weather was said to be clear."

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