Search for Ogden man turns into recovery mission in Yellowstone National Park
Sep 24, 2021, 11:01 PM
(Yellowstone National Park/Twitter)
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. – Officials announced Friday that their search efforts for a missing Ogden man have shifted from a rescue to recovery mission in Yellowstone National Park.
Kim Crumbo and his brother were reported missing after they didn’t return from a four-day canoe trip on Sept. 19.
The body of Crumbo’s brother was found along the east shore of Shoshone Lake Monday.
Well-known conservationist from Ogden missing in Yellowstone National Park
Crews spent the last five days searching for Crumbo, using boats and helicopters, but haven’t found anything.
National Park crews will now use sonar equipment to detect clues in the water.
“Recovery efforts will continue for the next several days as conditions warrant,” read an update from the Yellowstone National Park.
Anyone with information has been asked to contact investigators at 307-344-2428 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Still no good news in the search for a conservationist from Ogden who went missing during a backcountry trip to @YellowstoneNPS. His half-brother was found dead on the shore on Monday. After 5 days of searching for #KimCrumbo, the search moves to a recovery mission.@KSL5TV https://t.co/2TX4bLyj8z
— Matt Rascon KSL (@MattRasconKSL) September 24, 2021