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USSearch for missing camper enters fourth day, family suspects foul play

18:10  15 july  2019
18:10  15 july  2019 Source:   nbcnews.com

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Missing man’s family member suspect foul play . Rodriguez said New Mexico State Police found no evidence of foul play . “I will look into a status of this case for you,” Public Information Officer Ray Wilson wrote late Wednesday after the Hobbs News-Sun asked if state police had stopped working on

A man in his mid 70's has gone missing and the family says they suspect foul play .

Search for missing camper enters fourth day, family suspects foul play© Inyo County Sheriff's Office Image: A rescue team searches for Sheryl Powell in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest.

A search for a woman who went missing at a campsite near the California-Nevada border enters its fourth day Monday, as authorities ramp up their rescue effort and family suspects foul play.

Sheryl Powell, 60, of Huntington Beach, California, was reported missing by her husband Friday afternoon at the Grandview Campsite near Bishop, California, according to the Inyo County Sheriff's Office. Powell's husband, Joe, said his wife and their dog went missing while he was moving their car, and called the police through a satellite phone after searching for her for an hour.

Police: Man arrested after human remains found during search for missing Kentucky mother

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Foul play has been suspected and police had a potential suspect who died in prison in 2007. Evidence found near her car suggested a struggle and foul play is suspected . Police have interviewed two potential suspects , but she officially remains missing .

(CNN) Foul play is suspected in the disappearance of four young Pennsylvania men last week in a case authorities say has a "mind-boggling" scope. Local and state investigators, as well as the FBI and US Marshals, are involved in a massive search for the four missing men in an area north of

Police began their search, aided by aerial assistance and thermal imaging. Over the weekend, the search expanded, with help from multiple different police departments.

Authorities said the case is both an active search and rescue and an active investigation, as they look into how Powell disappeared.

Search for missing camper enters fourth day, family suspects foul play© Inyo County Sheriff's Office Image: Sheryl Powell in an undated photo provided by the Inyo County Sheriff's Office on July 14, 2019 "At this time we don't have like any proven suspects and we don't have evidence to point directly to criminal activity, but we're looking at all possibilities," said Sgt. Nathaniel Derr, a search and rescue coordinator with Inyo County Sheriff's Office.

Joe Powell said he was gone for no more than seven minutes to move his car when his wife went missing.

"I came back over here and she was gone," he said on Sunday. "The only plausible explanation in my opinion is she was abducted."

Joe Powell said he and his wife are experienced hikers, and that the two hike more than 24 miles a week.

Greg Powell, the couple's son, said his parents have been happily married for 42 years. " I think the last time they got in a fight I was like 9 or 10 years old," he said.

"My mom is the strongest and most incredible woman I know," the couple's daughter, Farrah, wrote on Facebook.

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