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Car of missing Denver man found in Summit County

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DENVER — The sister-in-law of a missing Denver man posted an update on her Facebook page regarding the possible whereabouts of Tyler Gorrell.

Gorrell, 33, was reported missing by Denver police on Aug. 4.

In her post Friday, Mia Gorrel said that Tyler’s car was located at a trailhead in Summit County. Other than the vehicle, she said there has been “no sign” of her brother-in-law.

Summit County Rescue group confirmed that the vehicle was parked at the Rock Creek winter trail head. The statement released to the public said Gorrell has not hiked Rock Creek area previously, but does have some familiarity with Summit County.

Police and search-and-rescue have been looking for him with no success but efforts to find him will continue.

He was last seen near West 10th Avenue and Hazel Court in the Villa Park neighborhood on Aug. 3.

Gorrell is described as 5-foot-9 and 200 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 720-913-2000.

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