Search underway for missing man at Bryce Canyon National Park
BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK, Utah — A search is underway for an elderly man who went missing at Bryce Canyon National Park last week.
Garfield County Search and Rescue, along with other agencies, spent all day Tuesday searching for William “Bill” Thorpe, approximately 80, who was last seen disembarking the park shuttle at Bryce Point on Thursday at approximately 3 p.m.
He was last seen wearing a turquoise shirt, khaki or light-colored pants, a dark belt and tan colored hat.
If you believe you saw him or have any other information that might help, please contact the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office at 435-676-1134 or the National Park Service Glen Canyon Dispatch at 928-608-6301.
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