Washington hiker missing in California
KINGS CANYON NATIONAL PARK, Calif. — A hiker missing in California’s Kings Canyon National Park is from Washington State, according to the National Park Service.
67-year-old Stephen McGuire, who goes by the trail name “Bible”, was last seen on May 18 at Kearsarge Pass, while hiking the Pacific Crest Trail. The hiker who reported seeing McGuire said he appeared to be tired and low on food at the time.
McGuire contacted his wife from Mt. Whitney on May 15. He was officially reported missing to Inyo National Forest on May 23.
INTENDED ITINERARY: Contacted his wife from Mount Whitney on 5/15. He was last seen near Kearsarge Pass on 5/18.
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McGuire is described as 5’6″, 140 lbs. with black hair and a gray beard. He has brown eyes and wear glasses.
It’s still not clear where in Washington McGuire is from.
If you’ve seen McGuire, or may have information on his whereabouts, you’re ask to call 888-653-0009. You can also submit a tip online at the Nation Park Service’s Investigative Services Branch.
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