MISSING: 27-year-old man reported missing at Grand Canyon; public help requested

Justin Kremer of Tempe, Arizona, went missing in the area of the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park July 31. He drives a 1998 Azure Blue, Toyota 4Runner, Arizona License BLW3929. CONTACT National Park Service Tip Line 888-653-0009. | Photos courtesy of the National Park Service, St. George News

GRAND CANYON, Ariz. – The Grand Canyon Regional Communications Center received a phone call Friday reporting a missing person at Grand Canyon National Park. 

Missing Person Poster = Justin Kremer of Tempe, Arizona, went missing in the area of the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park July 31. He drives a 1998 Azure Blue, Toyota 4Runner, Arizona License BLW3929. CONTACT National Park Service Tip Line 888-653-0009. | Photos courtesy of the National Park Service, St. George News | Click on image to enlarge
Missing Person Poster = Justin Kremer of Tempe, Arizona, went missing in the area of the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park July 31. He drives a 1998 Azure Blue, Toyota 4Runner, Arizona License BLW3929. CONTACT National Park Service Tip Line 888-653-0009. | Photos courtesy of the National Park Service, St. George News | Click on image to enlarge

Justin Kremer of Tempe, Arizona, may be despondent, a notification issued by the National Park Service stated. He was last known to be in the West Rim Drive area of the South Rim Village of the park just before noon Friday.

It is believed he has left the Grand Canyon area and law enforcement officials are looking for assistance locating him or his vehicle.

Description:

  • Age: 27
  • Gender: Male
  • Race: Black
  • Height: 6 feet, 1 inch
  • Weight: 190 pounds
  • Eyes: Brown
  • Hair: Black
  • Vehicle: 1998 azure blue Toyota 4Runner, Arizona license plate BLW3929

The National Park Service is currently conducting an investigation into Kremer’s location. No further information is available at this time. 

Anyone who may know the whereabouts or has recently spoken with Justin Kremer is asked contact the National Park Service Tip Line 888-653-0009.

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