FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — Kevin Nguyen never returned home after leaving a Fort Wayne bar in December of 2018.
Two and a half years later, family and friends of the 25-year-old are still asking the same question: Where’s Kevin?
"It’s been a little while since Kevin’s been missing, and I’m quite sure people move on with their lives and it’s kind of like a forgotten thing, and we never want Kevin to be forgotten no matter what," said Nguyen's grandmother Dee Campbell.
Campbell walked through downtown Fort Wayne alongside local advocacy group JAVA.
They followed Kevin’s steps on the night he disappeared while trying to get the attention of people passing by.
"Kevin has absolutely vanished, and somebody knows," Campbell said. "So we’re just trying to do this to remind people that Kevin’s not home. He’s not home at all."
And Nguyen isn’t the only missing person they’re worried about. Family and friends say close to 70 other families are currently seeking closure as well.
"Because other people that are missing, their families are hurting too," Campbell said. "But Kevin seems to be the one that resonates to keep this going."
JAVA founder Amy Davis says this is a cause she’ll take up for anyone still searching for a loved one.
"I breathe and sleep and dream about all the missing persons and all the homicide families that are still looking for justice," Davis said. "So I won’t stop until God takes me."
And for Campbell, her goal is simple.
"Find Kevin. Find them all. But Kevin is my mission, as well as the other people, but he is my mission," Campbell said.
They ask anyone with information about Nguyen or any other disappearances to call police.
Family and friends say they don’t plan to stop looking for Nguyen any time soon. They hope someone will come forward to give them peace of mind once again.