Police call off search for missing Troutdale man | 101 KXL

Police call off search for missing Troutdale man

Written by FM News 101 KXL on February 28, 2014
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Updated 3/1

The official search has been called off for a Troutdale man who disappeared from the scene of a car crash Monday night, but his family refuses to give up hope.

“We are doing a lot of hugging and just keeping our hopes up.”

Kyle Peterson’s family presses on ¬†encouraged by the support of their community.

“I mean perfect strangers are just coming up and offering their help.”

His family was out this morning searching near the site where he went missing.

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The search continues for a 29-year-old man who hasn’t been seen since crashing his car into a guardrail Monday night.

Troutdale police have released video from a dash cam which shows a local resident with a striking resemblance to Kyle Peterson talking with another unidentified and unrelated motorist.

Police report that Peterson apparently walked into the woods after his accident and vanished. Search and rescue crews spent Thursday scouring the Sandy River using sonar.¬† Peterson’s family is asking people who live in the area to check their properties.

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6 replies to “Police call off search for missing Troutdale man

  1. Jeff

    Probably not the road anyone wants to go but… Has anyone contacted Mark Angel? He has found many people in the Deschutes

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  2. rob

    The Mother of this guy is ruthless, her and her search team trampled through private property along the sandy river doing damage to my bank wich is at risk of severe erosion and damaged one of my cedar trees as they used it to stabilize themselves. I think its rude that this woman could not knock on my door and ask permission to look along the river. Sorry she lost her son but that gives her no right to be a first class bitch in the process!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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