Raymond Tremaine Collins, a video music producer and director that was reported missing a month ago in California, has still not been found, and police are still seeking clues in his disappearance. Twenty-nine-year old Raymond Tremaine Collins, aka Ray Rich, vanished after attending a meeting with an acquaintance in Compton, according to KTLA-5.
Law enforcement officials say that his family notified them of his disappearance when he failed to return from the meeting the next day. Family members say that he left his home in Chino on Sunday, February 15, 2014 at 4 p.m. He told them that he was meeting a friend to talk about shooting a music video on Monday, February 16, 2015.
He apparently arrived at that Compton meeting but disappeared after he was last seen driving his dark gray colored Toyota Camry along Alondra Blvd and Dwight Ave at around 2 a.m.
In a strange twist, an African American man was seen exiting that same vehicle on foot at around 3 a.m. the same morning. The car was found parked in the same location by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s officers the next day. Ray Rich posted a series of messages to his Instagram followers about various upcoming meetings. Here is one:
“Me & Aaron BigMacc Ennis will be shooting another music video one week from now in LA.!!!”
The music and film producer also talked about needing sexy video models for an upcoming music video that he was co-directing for an LA artist in Houston, Texas.
“Looking for a few sexy models looking women to be apart of an EPIC music video!! HIT ME UP ASAP FOR MORE DETAILS.”
Raymond Tremaine Collins, aka Ray Rich, is a black man who stands 5’11”. He weighs 160 pounds and has dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. He has four distinct tattoos: “Ray” on the right hand, “Rich” on the left hand, “Blessed” on the left neck, and “Annie” on his left arm, according to NBC-Los Angeles.
According to his social media page, he is listed as a “Film Director/Editor/Producer/CEO of RayRich Productions.” He has 2,342 followers on Twitter. One of the last videos that he directed was “I Need That“ by Big Macc from the mixtape The American Dream.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is asking anyone who may have information about this missing persons case to contact detectives at (323) 890-5500. Please check back as we add new details to this developing story.
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