Bad news has come to the fore for the fans of Hollywood’s famous actor Julian Sands. The actor is missing for the last 12 days. Julian went hiking in the mountains of South California. After which there is no trace of them. Although the police is constantly searching for the actor. Now the police say that they are starting an air search to find Julian.
According to the information received, the previous efforts made by the police have not been successful due to bad weather, strong storms have also been seen in many states of America. Sands had left home to go hiking in the Baldy Bowl area of the San Gabriel Mountains of Los Angeles. Since then the actor is missing. The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department tweeted that they would be using a helicopter from the California Highway Patrol carrying a device that can detect “reflective materials, electronics and in some cases credit cards”.
UPDATE: The search for Julian Sands continues by air only. The California Highway Patrol –Valley Division Air Ops from Auburn, California, is currently assisting us in the search using a RECCO device RECCO – Be Searchable. RECCO technology can detect RECCO reflective material,
— San Bernardino County Sheriff (@sbcountysheriff) January 25, 2023
The tweet further read that using the RECCO machine could help police “pinpoint an area where we can focus our search efforts”. On Wednesday, the sheriff’s department said that in the same area Another hiker who went missing has been found alive. His name is Jin Chung. Jin Chung, 75, had gone missing for 48 hours. During this, he also had some health issues. Apart from this, he also had weather-related problems and leg injuries.
Family and fans of Julian Sands are praying for his return. Everyone is nervous. While talking about his work, Julian Sands has shown his acting prowess not only in films but also in TV and drama series. He worked with Helena Bonham Carter in 1985 in director James Ivory’s British romance A Room with a View. Apart from this, he has also received a lot of praise for films like 1989’s ‘Warlock’, 1990’s ‘Arachnophobia’, 1991’s ‘Naked Lunch’, 1993’s ‘Boxing Helena’ and 1995’s ‘Leaving Las Vegas’.