CO: Body found days after a hunter disappeared on hunting trip in Colorado

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NOVEMBER 03, 2022

Calvin Prochnow has been missing since Sunday, Oct. 30, his family members say. Screengrab from Jared Prochnow’s Facebook post. UPDATE: Days after a hunter was reported missing near Grand Junction, Colorado, Montrose County deputies have located a body. Officials believe that the body, which was found in a steep and rugged terrain in a remote location in Red Canyon, is that ofCalvin Prochnow who was last seen Sunday, Oct. 30 on a hunting trip in Crawford State Park. The remains were recovered from the park on Wednesday, Nov. 43, the Montrose County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release. The body is pending official identification from the Montrose County Coroner’s Office. TOP VIDEOS Top Videos WATCH MORE See $2.3 million home that a California public employeeunion purchased in Elk Grove × The original story is below. A hunter vanished in a Colorado state park two days ago and is still missing, his family says. Calvin “Cal” Prochnow disappeared while hunting on Sunday, Oct. 30, in Crawford State Park, his nephew wrote in a Facebook post. Get unlimited digital access Try 1 month for $1 CLAIM OFFER Prochnow was supposed to meet a friend in the park later that day, but he never showed up. He hasn’t been seen since. When Prochnow failed to show at the meeting point, his friend contacted Montrose County Sheriff’s Office, and deputies began searching, KKCO reported. The sheriff’s office did not immediately respond to McClatchy News’ request for comment. Prochnow does not have his cell phone or any of his supplies with him, according to his nephew. He is described as having blond hair and blue eyes, and he is 5 feet 11 inches tall and 200 pounds, deputies told KKCO. Crawford State Park is about 240 miles southwest of Denver.

 

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