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Possibly Suicidal FBI Agent (And His Gun) Go Missing

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Authorities are looking for a 35-year-old FBI agent who was reported missing on Friday morning.FBI Special Agent Stephen Ivens was reported missing around 7 am Friday morning and hasn't been heard from since. Authorities are especially worried because the agent seemed despondent and possibly suicidal before he went missing, according to City News Service. His handgun is missing.

Burbank police have been looking for the agent up in the hills of the Verdugo Mountains, where he set off on foot, according to ABC 7. The sheriff's department and FBI are assisting. We might get more details about the missing man at a press conference taking place shortly.

The missing man is described as a white man, who stands at 6 feet tall, weighs 160 pounds and has brown eyes, receding brown hair and prescription glasses. If you know anything about him, call the Burbank Police Department at (818) 238-3000.

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