Search yields no sign of missing man

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ROCK SPRINGS, WYO. -- After a full day of searching, investigators still don't know what happened to 72-year-old Larry Radosevich of Rock Springs, Wyo.

Radosevich has been missing since March 5. He was last seen in the Browns Park area in Daggett County, Utah.

Saturday, with assistance from the Uintah County Search and Rescue Team and the Division of Wildlife Resources, the Daggett County Sheriff's Office searched for Radosevich.

Search yields no sign of missing man

Daggett County also got to use its new search dog, O'Sage.

The teams used four-wheelers to search for Radosevich in thick brush, open grassy areas and banks along the Green River.

Radosevich left his ranch near Flaming Gorge in his pickup truck March 5 and hasn't been seen since.

The truck is a 2007 gray Ford Ranger with Wyoming license plate number 4-4071.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Daggett County Sheriff's Office at 435-880-7262.



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