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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Tribal police say a man has been missing for four days on the Utes' Uintah and Ouray Reservation south of Ouray.
Charles Reed Chapoose, who goes by the nicknames "Cheeze" and "Charlie," was last seen on Friday on the road to Towave Reservoir. He was driving a pickup truck, headed toward an area known as Hill Creek.
Police found Chapoose's truck broken down and believe he walked north, looking for help. He has not been seen since.
A search and rescue team, including search dogs, spent yesterday searching the area for Chapoose.
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