If you live in or around Vancouver, please take a moment to check out this campaign to help find David Dreger. The former RoosterTeeth personality, better known as KnucklesDawson, was last seen on the evening of May 27 and police are treating his subsequent disappearance as a missing persons case. Dreger’s family and friends have expressed their gratitude for any help provided; even just a Tweet or repost could help get the message where it is needed.
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It’s with sadness we report Rooster Teeth contributor David “Knuckles Dawson” Dreger, who had been missing