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Surveillance Tape May Help in Search for Missing 18-Year-Old

Surveillance Tape May Help in Search for Missing 18-Year-Old



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(KSL News) Police in southern Utah are hoping a surveillance tape from a gas station may offer clues about the disappearance of an 18-year-old boy.

Someone in the town of Enoch told police they saw Christopher Robin Coan's 1994 Chevy Blazer at the gas station last week.

They also said they saw a female inside the car but not Coan himself.

Coan was last seen one week ago today, leaving his job at a Subway restaurant in Iron County.

Surveillance Tape May Help in Search for Missing 18-Year-Old

His family say it's out of character for him to leave, and that he was in good standing with them and his girlfriend.

Coan is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 125 pounds. He was wearing a green T-shirt and black corduroy pants.

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