Julian Sands’ brother Nick Sands has told a UK publication that he knows “in my heart he’s gone” as California authorities continue to search for the actor.
Julian Sands She was first reported missing from the Mount Baldy area of California on January 13. Authorities announced late Tuesday that while they had located another missing hiker, there was still no sign of Sands.
“The Sheriff’s Department is closing in on the second full week of searching for missing hiker, Julian Sands. According to a press release from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Coroner’s Department, multiple ground and aerial search efforts have been conducted. “So far, Mr Sands has not been found and there is no evidence of his current whereabouts.”
The other hiker, Jin Chung, a 75-year-old Los Angeles resident who was last seen Sunday, suffered “some weather-related injuries and a leg injury but was able to get out with the help of pedestrians.” Worthy. Staff members.”
“He was transported to a local hospital for treatment,” the press release said. “No further information is available at this time.”
Authorities said they were continuing to search for Sands, 65, who is best known for his roles in “A Room with a View,” “The Killing Fields” and “Arachnophobia.”
His elder brother Spoke to the Craven Herald & Pioneer. About his fears about his brother’s disappearance.
“He hasn’t been reported missing yet, he’s presumed dead, but I know in my heart he’s gone,” Nick Sands said. “Anyway, whatever the sibling rivalry is, it would be just as well for him to walk away and prove me wrong.”
The elder Sands also talked about his brother’s love of hiking.
“When in LA, the Mt Baldy mountain range was his favorite place, he would go there as often as he could,” Sands said. “Julian used to say ‘I’ve never had a holiday but I do rest occasionally’ – well he’s now resting in a place he’d really approve of.”
“Many hikers, experienced or novice, underestimate the rugged terrain, unpredictable weather, and strong winds that present themselves in our mountainous terrain,” officials warned in their statement, advising that “Hikers should avoid dangerous mountain areas, such as Mount Baldy, for the time being.”