Julian Sands Resurfaces After 5-Month Vanishing On California Mountain

Five months after he vanished during a climb on snow-covered Mount Baldy, the authorities announced that actor Julian Sands is still missing on Monday.

On Saturday, June 17, 2023, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department continued ongoing search efforts in the Mount Baldy wilderness for missing hiker Julian Sands. Unfortunately, Mr. Sands was not located,” sheriffs said in a news statement.

Sands was a seasoned hiker, but the Mount Baldy area had severe weather this winter.

Around 80 search and rescue volunteers, deputies, professionals, and two helicopters and drone teams participated in the June 17 search. Drones also searched inaccessible regions that ground teams were unable to reach.

Julian Sands Resurfaces After 5-Month Vanishing On California Mountain

Although the weather has warmed in recent months, “multiple areas include steep terrain and ravines that still have 10 or more feet of ice and snow,” according to the announcement.

Sands, best known for appearing in “A Room With a View” and “Warlock,” went missing on January 13. He was hiking in the Baldy Bowl area, about 50 miles northeast of Los Angeles.

Since then, local sheriffs have conducted eight ground and air searches for him, with over 500 volunteer hours committed.

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“Mr. Sands’ missing person case remains active, and search efforts will continue in a limited capacity,” said sheriffs.

The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department tweeted videos of helicopters participating in the hunt.

In January, the actor’s brother, Nick Sands, informed the BBC that he had already said his final goodbyes. “I have come to terms with the fact he’s gone and for me that’s how I’ve dealt with it,” he added.

The 65-year-old actor’s wife has not spoken out since reporting him missing, but his son Henry told The Times U.K. in April that he was “realistic” about the search’s impact from the terrible weather.

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