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Missing man last seen at Shockoe Bottom club

Randall Collins (Source: Richmond Police Department) Randall Collins (Source: Richmond Police Department)
RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) -

A Richmond family is praying for answers after their loved one vanished in Shockoe Bottom.

Randall Collins, 24, was last seen two weeks ago as he left the Canal Club. Collins suffers from seizures. His family is especially fearful that he may have suffered one the last night he was seen, on April 5th.

"We have looked. And we have walked and walked and we have not found anything," said Deondra Collins, Randall's sister.

Deondra says Randall needs help in controlling his drinking. She says alcohol leads him to frightening seizures.

"[He] blacks out. He starts shaking really badly," described Collins of the seizures, which could potentially be deadly.

Canal Cub staff members describe Randall as highly intoxicated.

"He had passed out inside of the club. So, security had to get him up and get him out of the club," continued Deondra.

A Canal Club manager says Randall was ushered out of the club. Security guards then watched him trail a group of people heading east down Dock Street. Another witness reported he saw Randall get into a car with other men. However, no one can say for sure where Randall went, or with whom.

"If he had a seizure somewhere, he could be in an abandoned building anywhere in Richmond and dead," said Deondra. "Everybody's really been on edge, pretty much scared to find out."

Collins, who lives on the 1500 block of North 20th Street, is a black male, 5' 8" tall, 150 pounds. He has tattoos on both hands and one on his right arm that reads, "Randall."

If you know anything about Randall Collins' disappearance, call Crime Stoppers at 804-780-1000.

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