Video surveillance at the Summer Town Estates in Dededo captured the moment Kelvin Sanchez was seen walking off the property last Saturday.
The footage, shared by his wife Edilene Sanchez, was time stamped July 30 just after 11:30 a.m.
She previously told The Guam Daily Post that she initially thought it was around 1:30 p.m. when she took a nap and awoke a few hours later that afternoon to find her husband was gone.
She said she was in a deep sleep and that she must have gotten the times mixed up.
Edilene was able to get the property management to grant her time to review the video on Thursday. She said the images appear to have shown Kelvin exit from the front gate and walk left toward the four-way intersection that connects to Lada Mart.
A missing persons report was filed with the Guam Police Department.
She along with family members have been actively searching for Kelvin.
On Tuesday, she got a call that her husband might have been spotted at the Guam Premier Outlets in Tamuning, but he has yet to be located.
The father of two has been battling depression for several years, and uses walking as his outlet, according to Edilene.
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Kelvin Quinata Sanchez, 40, is described as standing 5 feet, 4 inches tall and weighing 145-150 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes, and has tattoos of a cross on his knuckle and his daughter’s name on his forearm.
Edilene said he was last seen wearing black cargo shorts, a dark gray T-shirt and black slippers, and carrying a mesh camouflage JanSport backpack.
Anyone with information is asked to call Kelvin’s family at 671-687-3445 or Guam police.