Rangers at a National Park in Montana are searching for a 32-year-old man who has been missing since Tuesday.
The National Park Service said rangers are searching at Glacier National Park in Montana for 32-year-old Adam Fuselier from Castle Pines, Colorado, who went missing on Tuesday.
Officials say Fuselier’s car was found at Logan Pass on Wednesday, which is the “highest elevation” reachable by a vehicle in the park. He was last heard from on Tuesday afternoon and was supposed to start a climb at Reynolds Mountain that morning.
Rangers were alerted on Wednesday morning that the Colorado man was overdue to return.
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The National Park Service press release describes Fuselier as a 6’2″ Caucasian male weighing about 175 pounds with short brown hair and blue eyes. He might be wearing a light green rain jacket.
Rangers conducted a search on Wednesday which was described as “hasty” and cut short by bad weather.
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Officials searched the park again on Thursday morning, as conditions were more favorable.
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People with information about the missing person are encouraged to contact the park tip line at 406-888-7077.
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