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UPDATE: Marine bar says man who left troubling note located

Social media post goes viral
Posted at 7:03 AM, Dec 24, 2019

UPDATE DEC. 26: The manager for the Leatherneck Club of Las Vegas says that the man who left a troubling note during a visit on Dec. 23 has been located.

The man, who is named Steven, was located near Egg & I on Sahara Avenue and Arville Street. Tony Nohmy says he did not have much to say but he appeared to be OK.

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) -- A worrisome note left by a mysterious man at a Las Vegas bar that caters to Marines and other veterans has many people concerned for his well-being.

Photos of the note and the man were posted on the Facebook page for the Leatherneck Club of Las Vegas on Monday. Since then, the post has been shared more than 2,000 times and has received hundreds of comments.

The note reads "Please tell me kids and all the fam (family) that I’m sorry and love them more than life itself." The note is signed Steven C.K.

According to the Facebook post, the note was found a few minutes after the man left the bar around 2 p.m. Monday. The man reportedly asked the bartender for stickers and asked to break a $20 bill. He then left the note on a table on his way out.

The man who reportedly left the note is approximately 5-feet 1-inch tall, slim, and bald with a dark goatee. He was wearing a red hoodie at the time of his visit at the bar near Spring Mountain Road and Arville Street.

The bar says they have contacted the police and are asking anyone with information to give them a call at 702-368-1775.