Monday, September 19, 2011

Possible lead in search for Noah Pippin

Posted By on Mon, Sep 19, 2011 at 4:14 PM

Alex Sakariassen wrote a cover story last month about a former Marine last seen in the Bob Marshall Wilderness in August 2010. The Associated Press reports that that Montana Army National Guard planned to fly about two dozen people to a remote wilderness area to follow a new lead in the search for Noah Pippin.

The planned two-day search comes several weeks after a troop of Boy Scouts found clothing that could be linked to the man.
The search has been delayed due to forest fires burning in the area.

The search started this morning and will continue through tomorrow. We'll follow the story, but you can also track updates at the family's "Have you seen Noah Pippin?" Facebook page.

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