Troopers Continues Investigating A Jasper Missing Person Case

March 7, 2017

JASPER, NY – State Police in Troop E, report that they are seeking the public’s assistance to help solve a missing person case involving an 18-year-old Jasper man, Nieko A. Lisi. It was on October 3, 2011, State Police received a report of a missing 18-year-old from Jasper. According to troopers, on September 30, 2011, “Lisi left Jasper with another individual, traveling to the Detroit, Michigan area,” State Police said. “Lisi told his family he was leaving town but didn’t say where. Lisi dropped off the individual, then traveled to Franklin, Tennessee, but was not heard from again. Lisi’s mother reported the family last had contact with him on October 1, 2011. Lisi traveled to Michigan and Tennessee in a 2004 GMC Canyon pick-up truck. The truck was not Lisi’s. Over the years, Investigators have followed up on hundreds of leads and conducted interviews with individuals, even travelling to Michigan and Tennessee.”

State Police say that they traveled to Tennessee, where they were able to locate and recover the stolen truck in the Nashville area. The truck, which had been stripped down, was secured by Franklin Police and examined by the TN Bureau of Investigation. “To date, Nieko Lisi has not been located and the case has remained unsolved,” State Police say.


Lisi is approximately 5’10, 165 pounds with a muscular build. He has brown hair and brown eyes. Lisi has an unfinished tattoo of a guardian angel on his left side, and four Chinese symbols on the back of his upper right arm.

Anyone with information on the case or with information on Lisi’s whereabouts is asked to contact the New York State Police at 585-398-4128.