Police Believes "Seinfeld" Actor Charles Levin's Remains Found In Southern Oregon

News by Joey Jordan Published on 16 Jul,2019

Actor Charles Levin Found Dead-Police Recovered Remains In Oregon

  • Oregon police believed the human remains recovered from Southern Oregon was of actor Charles Levin.
  • Levin's son informed LA police about his disappearance on  July 8.
  • Oregon State Police found the human remains in the area northeast of Selma, Oregon.
  • They believed the remains were of the missing Seinfeld actor, however, the identity of the person would be revealed after the medical examination of the remains will be completed.

Oregon police found human remains in Southern Oregon which they believed to be of missing actor Charles Levin. The actor, who is known for his appearance in TV shows like Seinfeld, NYPD Blue, and Night Court had been missing since early July.

According to the CNN affiliate KTVL, Levin's son reported Charles' missing complaint on July 8. The tabloid further revealed Levin was in the process of moving when he went missing.

CAPTION: Police believed missing Seinfeld actor Charles Levin's remains found in Southern Oregon SOURCE: NewNowNext

The Grants Pass Department of Public Safety released a statement Sunday saying authorities had been searching for Levin for the past week. The statement also revealed an emergency cell phone ping led the officers to search a remote area northeast of Selma, Oregon.

Officers continued searching in the same area throughout Saturday before a resident located Levin's car in an almost impassable road. Officers from the Oregon State Police went to the location where they found Levin's car off the roadway.

The troopers also found Levin's pug, Boo Bear dead inside the car, however, Levin was not present inside the vehicle or around. Officers found human remains after hours-long searching in the area. Police said,

Based on the circumstances, there is a high probability that the remains are those of Charles Levin.

They added the identification of the person would be revealed after the medical examiner completes the identification process.