Family Offers $10,000 for Information to Find Missing Hiker
The family of a missing hiker named Kris Fowler that has been missing for almost a year has just put up a reward for $10,000 for information that helps find him. Kris went missing after hiking over 2,000 miles and was last seen confirmed on October 12th at a store in Packwood by a clerk. He says Kris talked about heading into White Pass where there was dangerous weather at the time. The family says two bear hunters spotted Kris at Blowout Mountain almost 10 days later, which is 63 miles north of White Pass.
The reward was put up by his step-mother Sally Guyton Fowler because they had run out of leads and need help finding clues before the winter sets in again. She is hoping the money will get some experienced hikers to go out and find clues to bring him home.
"This is not intended for anyone who is not an experienced hiker or capable of searching the tougher terrain. I don't want anyone else to get hurt or go missing, but there are other side roads and areas that need searched."
See the whole post here. Anyone with information on the case is asked to call Yakima County sheriff Sgt. Randy Briscoe at 509-574-2535 or the Kittitas County Sheriff’s Office at 509-962-7525. Callers may remain anonymous.