Troy Irama Sirat

Sirat, circa 2016

  • Missing Since 07/06/2016
  • Missing From Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Classification Endangered Missing
  • Date of Birth 11/19/1996 (21)
  • Age 19 years old
  • Height and Weight 5'9, 183 pounds
  • Clothing/Jewelry Description A black and white baseball jersey, a bright green t-shirt with white trim, bright green swimming trunks with white trim, dark-colored sweatpants or shorts, and red and black Reebok trail running shoes with white soles. Carrying a black USA Swimming backpack.
  • Medical Conditions Sirat suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and depression. At the time of his disappearance, his conditions were only "moderately" controlled with counseling and medication.
  • Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian male. Brown hair, hazel eyes. Sirat's nickname is T-Roy. He has a nine-inch surgical scar across his abdomen above his beltline, a six-inch scar on his back, a quarter-inch scar on the crown of his head, small scars on his shins, and a small birthmark above his left eyebrow. Sirat has a tattoo of a colorful geometric infinity sign on his right thigh and a tattoo of a green sea turtle on his left ankle. He has previously broken both arms. He is missing a top left tooth and is supposed to wear a partial bridge, but this was left behind. Sirat may use the alias name Leov Montis.

Details of Disappearance

Sirat was last seen in Las Vegas, Nevada on July 6, 2016. He left home while his family was away from the house and never returned. He took his bicycle, a tan KONA HOSS hardtail with skinny street tires, and some supplies in his backpack. The supplies included his wallet and driver's license, his Clark County Parks and Recreation membership card, a Camelbak water bladder, a survival knife, and a hiking water bottle and filter.

He has never been heard from again. His phone was later found near the public swimming pool on Hollywood Boulevard, where he regularly swam.

Prior to his disappearance, Sirat had said he would like to live "off the grid" and possibly hike the Pacific Crest Trail, which extends up from the West Coast from southern California to Washington State. However, when he left he didn't take any hiking supplies such as a tent or sleeping bag, and he had no more than $100 in cash.

Although Sirat's father doesn't believe he was suicidal or homicidal when he disappeared, he thinks his son may have been delusional. He may have attempted to travel to the Pacific Crest Trail. His case remains unsolved.

Investigating Agency

  • Las Vegas Police Department 702-828-3745

Updated 1 time since October 12, 2004. Last updated May 4, 2018; casefile added.