Matthew Mindler Our Stupid Brother actor has been reported missing. The former child star turned out to have disappeared on the college campus.
Previous kid star Matthew Mindler — who co-featured with Paul Rudd in 2011’s “My Idiot Brother” — has been accounted for missing by police.
The 19-year-old who just started his first year of school was accounted for missing Wednesday Aug. 25, as indicated by a public statement from the Millersville University Police Department.
A missing grown-up report after was documented after Mindler’s family said he “didn’t get back to his room or return calls from his family,” Pennsylvania specialists guarantee, as indicated by E! News. Police are presently working with Mindler’s mom and college staff to discover him.
Mindler was most recently seen leaving his apartment building wearing some dark jeans, a Millersville University pullover and hauling a dark rucksack around 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 24. He neglected to appear at his classes the next morning.
Mindler has not reacted to calls from his family, the tweets read.
“College Police are in touch with Matt’s mom and are working with grounds staff for help with finding Matt,” read another tweet.
Police are asking for help in finding 20-year-old Matthew Mindler, a first-year student from Hellertown, PA, who has been missing since Tuesday evening August 24, 2021. Matt was reported missing to University Police late last evening after he did not return to his room (cont'd)👇 pic.twitter.com/dgU2UOXlUm— Millersville University (@millersvilleu) August 26, 2021
Nearby police have likewise been told of Mindler’s vanishing.
The previous entertainer depicted the youthful child of Coogan and Emily Mortimer in Our Idiot Brother, which featured Paul Rudd as a bohemian layabout who consistently conflicts with his family.
While Mindler’s mom affirmed to neighborhood press that her child had not acted in some time, his credits likewise incorporated the drama As the World Turns and various short movies.
Those with data about Mindler’s whereabouts have been approached to contact Millersville University Police at 717-871-4357 or Chief Pete Anders at 717-871-5972.
Data can likewise be privately announced through the Millersville LiveSafe Safety App.