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LOMPOC, Calif. (KSBW) —
A Scottish man who police believe may have faked his death in Monterey a month ago might be still be in the Central Coast area.
The Lompoc Police Department, in Santa Barbara County, is reporting that a Buellton, Calif. resident said she saw him Friday. The person said she was at home when Kim Gordon knocked on her door and offered to do asphalt work.
The press release noted, “Gordon was adamant the resident come out to his truck to get a business card and was upset and angry when she told him no and he left.”
Gordon reportedly returned the next day to again offer his services.
Gordon is wanted in Scotland after he failed to appear for a March 11 court appearance for 24 rape charges. Gordon is not known to have committed a crime in the United States, nor has it been confirmed that he faked his death.
Gordon is described as 5-feet-11-inches tall. He weighs about 200 pounds and has brown hair and blue eyes. He was last seen driving a white Ford F-150.
If you have any information regarding his whereabouts, you are urged to call 911.
This story originally appeared on KSBW.
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