MISSING: Police ask public’s help in finding Washington City man

Jordan Goudy, 50, of Washington City, went missing after leaving his home Wednesday morning, Washington City, Utah, photo retrieved May 8, 2018 | Photo courtesy of Marylynn Goudy, St. George News

ST. GEORGE — A Washington City man left his home near Sullivan Park Wednesday and hasn’t been seen or heard from since.

Jordan Goudy, 50, of Washington City, went missing after leaving his home Wednesday morning, Washington City, Utah, photo date and location not specified | Photo courtesy of Marylynn Goudy, St. George News

Jordan Goudy, 50, left his home Wednesday morning and was last seen walking north on Washington Fields Road near Sullivan Park in Washington City.

That was the last confirmed sighting of Goudy.

According to a Facebook post from his wife, Marylynn Goudy, her husband “has been depressed.”

Washington City Police Lt. Jason Williams confirmed with St. George News that Jordan Goudy has been reported missing to police.

“The investigation into Mr. Goudy’s whereabouts is an active investigation,” Williams said Thursday.

Jordan Goudy is described as Caucasian, 6 feet 3 inches tall, weighing 190 pounds.

At the time he was last seen, he was wearing a blue sweatshirt with white “Utah State University” lettering on it, tan shorts, flip flops, a red baseball hat and prescription sunglasses, as shown in the photo.

Marylynn Goudy posted that her husband left without his cell phone or any water in 100 degree temperatures, adding “We are deeply worried about him.”

“If you’re local, please keep an eye out for him,” she wrote. “If you aren’t, please keep him in your prayers.”

Anyone who sees or may have seen Goudy is asked to contact the Washington City Police Department by calling 435-627-4901.

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1 Comment

  • LegalEye May 11, 2018 at 11:44 am

    His wife on facebook posted:
    “Thank you all so much for your kindness. We are so grateful and humbled. Unfortunately, the search resulted in recovering Jordan’s body. We are so very sad but feel loved and supported and grateful to you all. xo”

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