Harry is a former financial trader from Pelham who was on a motorcycle trip through Latin America, according to reports. He was last heard from Jan. 25, when he sent a text to his girlfriend, who CNN identified as Sarah Ashley Schiear.
"Just got an hour and a half long escort out of some area it was too dangerous for me to be," he wrote. "Stopping for lunch and ... voila Internet. Gonna get back on the road soon. Apparently there's another military escort waiting for me in some other town. I'm running way late because of the crazy military stuff ... hopefully get a chance to talk to you tonight when I (hopefully) finally arrive."
Information on the Help Find Harry Facebook page includes a description of his motorcycle, the license plate number and the vehicle identification number; an email address for the search, firstname.lastname@example.org; and a link to his travel blog. There he describes himself as the "owner of a big smile and a broad taste for adventure."
Harry's mother, Ann Devert, posted on the page Feb. 7 that an unidentified man in a Mexican hospital was not her son. Another update that day reads, "Once you choose hope, anything is possible," with a #helpfindharry hashtag.
The following post was shared Monday morning:
"A fellow traveler just sent me a message that said, 'I'm pretty sure he's safe, seems like he's got too much good karma on his side,'" reads a post published Monday morning on the Facebook page. "This tiny message brings a smile to my face. It's so true. We must maintain hope! All positive energy and prayers directed to our Harry! I'm so happy that we are making progress with the government due to all of this press. We will keep you updated."
The American and French embassies in Mexico have been notified, as Harry has dual citizenship. The country's Interior Ministry officials have not yet confirmed that Harry is missing, according to a CNN story by Ray Sanchez. Click here for the full report.