A senior analyst from Goldman Sachs has gone missing after attending a concert in New York City, leaving his friends and the authorities concerned. John Castic, 27, was last seen outside The Brooklyn Mirage in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood in the early hours of Saturday morning. He had attended an electronic music show before his disappearance, according to the police.
Friends and family have been actively seeking any information about Castic’s whereabouts. A missing-person flyer describes him as wearing a navy and white button-down floral shirt. Sara Kostecka, a close friend of Castic, took to Facebook to express her concern and appeal for help. She mentioned rumors of individuals offering rides in taxis or cabs to concert-goers near the venue, adding to the mystery surrounding Castic’s disappearance. Kostecka also revealed that Castic was set to be a groomsman at her brother’s wedding the following week, highlighting his importance and the urgency to find him.
Castic’s disappearance was reported to the NYPD on Sunday, and his concerned friends have been unable to contact him since his phone died after leaving the venue. Jonah Shales, another friend of Castic, expressed deep worry about his well-being and the lack of communication. Castic had been working at Goldman Sachs for about a year after graduating from DePaul University.
The circumstances surrounding Castic’s disappearance have drawn attention due to a similar incident at The Brooklyn Mirage. On June 11, a 27-year-old man named Karl Clemente was denied entry to a concert at the venue due to suspected alcohol consumption. A week later, his body was discovered in a nearby creek. The unsettling connection between these two incidents has raised concerns among friends and authorities.
Kostecka shared her fears, pointing to recent cases of young adult males mysteriously ending up in bodies of water in Chicago, referencing the Smiley Face Killer theory. There have been speculations online about a potential serial killer being responsible for multiple bodies found in the Chicago River and Lake Michigan in 2022.
Goldman Sachs has not yet provided a comment on the situation. The NYPD confirmed Castic’s reported missing status but does not have any updates at the moment. The search for John Castic and the need to uncover the truth behind his disappearance continue as his loved ones hope for a safe and prompt return.
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