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Missing Woman Reappears After Police Question Actor Tom Sizemore
One day after police took a statement from Tom Sizemore regarding Megan Wren, a 25-year-old L.A. resident who mysteriously disappeared March 31, Wren resurfaced alive and well.Wren, an aspiring actress, was officially reported missing to LAPD by her family on April 29th. LAPD filed a missing persons blog post regarding when on May 6. On Thursday, police issued the following statement:
The family is very concerned about her unexplained disappearance, especially given the fact that she has a serious medical condition and is in need of medical care.
Friday, Sizemore, best known for his roles in Saving Private Ryan and Pearl Harbor, issued a statement to police expressing concern for Wren's safety. Wren's father claimed that his daughter had been working as Sizemore's assistant, TMZ previously asserted that the two were ensconced in a romantic relationship, and Sizemore's publicist denied both, stating only that they both lived in the same downtown building and became friends.
Sizemore, currently in Germany visiting U.S. troops, has had several run-ins with the law in the past, including a 2009 issued the following statement on Saturday:
I am relived and happy Megan is safe and sound. It is unfortunate that she did not come forward immediately as this has caused me a lot of concern. However, I am pleased no harm has come to Megan and I wish her and her family the best and I am putting this matter behind me.
Los Angeles has about 3,200 missing person cases per year and 95 to 98 percent of those people are located. Less than 1 percent are found dead, according to Los Angeles Police Department Detective Carmine Sasso.