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Man reported missing near Rockport Reservoir

Published September 1, 2014 4:51 pm
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If you've seen Halden Efren, who has been missing since Sunday, Summit County officials would like you to call them.

Efren, 20, was "involved in a verbal confrontation" Sunday morning with a female companion while camping at Rockport State Park, according to a Summit County sheriff's news release. He walked away from the camp and has not been seen since.

"Friends believed Efren had walked away to cool off," the release said, "but when Efren did not return, they reported him as missing."

A Summit County search-and-rescue team and a Utah Department of Public Safety helicopter are searching the area east of the Rockport Reservoir for him.

Efren is 5-foot-5, 170 pounds and has brown eyes with short brown hair. He was last seen wearing a "red T-shirt, gray shorts, a baseball hat with a Chicago Bulls logo, sandals and a small backpack," according to the release.

"Efren has only been in the United States for one month and does not have his passport or any money with him," the release adds.

If anyone has seen him, or might have picked him up in the area, they are asked to call 435-615-3600.


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