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OR: Sheriff: 33-year-old elk hunter missing

November 19, 2013

From KVAL.com

COOS COUNTY, Ore. -- The Sheriff's office is searching for a Gold Hill man, who went missing Monday on an elk hunt in eastern Coos County.
 
On Monday at about 6:20 pm, the Coos County Sheriff’s office was notified of a missing hunter in the Lost Creek drainage.
 
Deputies say the hunter, Lloyd Sinclair, 33, of Gold Hill, was reported to have been with his hunting partner looking for elk at about 10:30 am and has not been seen since.

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