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TV Show ‘Growing Pains’ Actor Andrew Koenig Missing in Vancouver, Canada Since 2/14/2010 (Update: Found Deceased)

Andrew Koenig, who played Boner on the 1980′s TV sitcom ‘Growing Pains’ has been reported missing according to Vancouver police. Koenig has not been seen for a week and missed his flight back to the US on February 16. He was last seen on Sunday Feb 14, 2010 in Vancouver, Canada.

Andrew Koenig is the son of Star Trek actor Walter Koenig, where the following post of his son’s disappearance can be found.

He was reportedly last seen a week ago. Koenig was supposed to be on a flight back to the United States on February 16, but didn’t make it.

The family is asking that anyone with information contact that Detective Raymond Payette of the Vancouver Police Department at 604-717-2534.

It would appear that fameos friends of the missing Andrew Koenig have put out their own pseudo Twitter Amber Alerts forKoenig.

According to Star Celebrity,  he was last seen on February 14, 2010 in Vancouver:

He was last seen on Sunday Feb 14, in Vancouver, Canada. His sister Danielle Koenig said that “ He went to Vancouver on Feb 14th to visit friends who last saw him.”

Jenny Magenta, a Burlesque dancer said that Koeing is stayed with her in Vancouver, she also said that there’s some evidence he was in the Stanley Park area of Vancouver.

Let’s just hope he went off on his own and just did not bother to inform any one of his whereabouts.

UPDATE I: Body of Andrew Koenig Found in Vancouver Park

A tearful Walter Koenig appeared at a press conference Thursday evening to confirm that a body found earlier in the day in Vancouver’s Stanley Park was that of his son, missing “Growing Pains” actor Andrew Koenig.

“My son took his own life,” Walter Koenig said, wife Judy at his side.

February 21st, 2010 at 11:38am Posted by | Found Deceased, Missing, Missing Adult, Missing in Canada, Pictures | no comments

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