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Search continues for missing hunter

November 21, 2011

From KATU.com

ROSE LODGE, Ore. – Lincoln County Search and Rescue teams are searching for a missing hunter, who has not been seen since Saturday.

According to Deputy Bruce McGuire, a friend of 56-year-old Floyd Lucero called the Lincoln County Sheriff’s office Saturday after Lucero didn’t return from a hunt in the Rose Lodge area. He was believed to be hunting between Holiday Lane and Bear Creek Road south of Highway 18.

Lucero was wearing camouflage when he left at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, McGuire said. His friends said he’s very familiar with the area and an avid outdoorsman.

Search teams and volunteers searched the area on Sunday until it was suspended due to weather. Searchers began looking for Lucero Monday morning at 10:30 a.m.

Anyone with information about Lucero that could help searchers is asked to call Deputy McGuire at 541-265-4231.

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