Paul Rouk is a U.S. Navy Veteran who went missing in August 2015 from his home in Lilburn, Georgia. In mid-August 2015, Paul Rouk left a note at his home that he would be gone for a business trip and has not been seen since. Rouk’s family reported him missing in October 2015.
Rouk was unemployed and going through a divorce. He left his car at his residence, and the house fell into foreclosure. A search of the residence located a brand new empty Ruger 1911 pistol box and a note on an iPad that had a list of things to do before leaving, to include shutting off the gas to the house, changing his life insurance, and hiding his car keys. Paul Rouk was placed on GCIC as a missing person.
At first inspection, it appeared that Mr. Rouk, falling on hard financial times and family issues may have left to commit suicide. A recent search of the large wooded area behind Mr. Rouk’s foreclosed house located an encampment with recent (day or two ago) evidence of activity. Also found within the camp items is a bookmark with Paul Rouk’s name. The wooded area backs up to Lawrenceville Highway in Lilburn, between Killian Hill Road and Arcado Road.
There is the likelihood that Rouk is living in the wooded area and may frequent his vacant house at 4483 Sheila Court and/or the businesses along Lawrenceville Highway (near the U.S. Post Office).
Paul Rouk is 52 years old as of the date he went missing in August 2015. Paul Rouk is 6 feet tall and weighs approximately 165 pounds. Paul Rouk has brown/gray hair and green eyes. According to law enforcement, Paul Rouk’s appearance may be that of a homeless person — unclean, beard, long hair, and dirty clothes.
If you have any information about the whereabouts of Paul Rouk, contact Det. Ross at the Lilburn Police Department at 770-638-2182. (GACase # LP15003373)
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