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Man reported missing at Oak Creek Canyon
Shaun Rentz was reported missing in Minnesota and his car was found in Oak Creek Canyon.
Shaun Rentz was reported missing in Minnesota and his car was found in Oak Creek Canyon.

Coconino County Sheriff's Deputies, Detectives and Coconino County Search and Rescue personnel and an Arizona Department of Public Safety Air Rescue Helicopter and crew are attempting to locate 27-year-old Shaun Rentz of Minnesota.

According to family members, who reported him missing, Shaun was last seen in Minnesota on Saturday, July 28, at about 6 p.m. He was supposed to meet some friends on Saturday evening and did not arrive at the designated meeting location. Shaun was supposed to move in with some friends in Minnesota on Monday morning and once again he did not show up nor did he call to advise otherwise.

He has not contacted anyone and it appears that his cell phone has been turned off. Family members contacted officials of the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office and filed a missing person report.

On Monday, U.S. Forest Service personnel found a 2004 Silver Audi four door sedan parked in the lot of the Oak Creek Canyon Scenic Overview located of off of Highway 89A. Initially they placed a sticker on the windshield of the vehicle indicating that overnight parking or camping in the lot was prohibited. On Tuesday they found that the vehicle had not been moved and the sticker was still in place and reported this to the Coconino County Sheriff's Office. It was determined that this vehicle belonged to Shaun Rentz.

With the Oak Creek Canyon Vista as a focal point search personnel are conducting intensive ground and air searches.

Shaun Rentz is described as a 27-year-old white male, with brown hair, blue eyes, 6-foot-4 in height and weighing about 215 pounds.

Anyone with information regarding the location of Shaun Rentz or the circumstances leading up to his disappearance is urged to call the Coconino County Sheriff's Office at (928) 774-4523 or toll free at 1-800-338-7888 or Flagstaff/Coconino Silent Witness at 928-774-6111.

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