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Missing Ketchikan Man Found in Good Health
By Mary Kauffman, SitNews


June 20, 2012

(SitNews) Ketchikan, Alaska - Thought to be missing since May 23rd, 19 year-old Robert Hannah of Ketchikan has been located and is in good health. His father, Ronald Darvell called the Alaska State Troopers today and reported that Hannah had called him from Portland, Oregon.

Hannah told his family that he was currently working at a Portland construction company with friends. Hannah agreed to keep in touch with his family.

The Alaska State Troopers were originally contacted by Ronald Darvell on June 16th reporting that his son Robert Hannah had been missing since May 23rd. Hannah lived with his parents in their Ketchikan home and on May 14th he had purchased a one-way ferry ticket to Bellingham.

Investigation revealed that Hannah boarded the Bellingham bound ferry from Ketchikan on May 23rd. It was thought that Hannah might be traveling to the Portland area. No family or friends had heard from Hannah since his departure from Ketchikan on May 23rd.

The Alaska State Troopers extended their thanks to everyone who helped in locating Hannah.



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