Friday, May 27, 2016

Myoung "Mike" Keun Noah - Missing from San Bruno, CA since 2007


Myoung "Mike" Keun Noah went missing on May 1, 2007
from San Bruno, California.
(Source: NamUs)

On the evening of May 1, 2007, Myoung "Mike" Keun Noah left his home in San Bruno, California at 7 p.m.  At the time, Noah was 60 years-old, a U.S. Army Veteran, and the proprietor of a private car service company, the "E-Limousine Service."

He was also a husband and a father.

During family dinner earlier that evening, Noah mentioned he had a pickup scheduled for 7:30 p.m. but gave no further details.  

He left in his new 2007 black Lincoln Town car and was never seen again. 

His wife told the San Francisco Chronicle in 2007 that Noah did not usually give her information about local fares, although he'd likely tell her if he had one that was far away.  

He kept a log of pickups in a notebook in his car.  Despite extensive searches of the area, including by air, the vehicle was never recovered.  Police have not been able to identify who Noah was scheduled to meet that night. 

Noah's vehicle had a transponder that registered trips to the nearby San Francisco International Airport, where he often took riders.  On the night he disappeared, the transponder did not register a trip there. 

His vehicle did not have permanent license plates because it was new. Instead, it had the TCP (Transportation Carrier Permit) number "18525" on the back bumper.  

His cellphone and credit cards have not been used since that night. 

Physical Traits:
Date of Birth: November 5, 1946
Sex: Male
Race: Asian (Korean)
Height: 5'8"
Weight: 165 lbs
Hair: Black
Eye Color: Brown

Clothing: A black suit with a white shirt, his wallet.

Vehicle: New 2007 black Sedan Lincoln Town Car, with temporary tags, TCP # 18525, California. 

In 2007, a detective told the San Francisco Chronicle.

What happened to Myoung Keun Noah on the night he vanished?

If you have any information on this case, please contact:
San Bruno Police Dept: (650) 616-7100
Case # 07-01618

Please visit to learn more about other cases and how you can help.  

Case Profiles:
NamUs MP# 23850:

Missing Veterans: Myoung Keun Noah:

Doe Network Case # 5049DMCA:

Sources of Information:
Charley Project: Myoung Keun Noah:

California Department of Justice case profile:

NamUs MP # 23850:

The San Francisco Chronicle article, "Three weeks and no word from San Bruno car-service driver," by John Coté, May 24, 2007: