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Climber Missing in Alaska

Climber Missing in Alaska



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(KSL News) -- Family members of a missing climber are in Alaska to help search for him.

28-year-old Jason Harper set out to climb Mount Sanford in Wrangell-Saint Elias National Park on May 4th. But the pilot who dropped him off says he didn't show up May 9th as scheduled.

And search crews found a return plane ticket to Salt Lake City for May 12th in Harper's vehicle.

Harper grew up in Boise, but his family lives in Salt Lake City.

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