News Release Date: September 1, 2021
Contact: Joelle Baird, 928-606-3154
Grand Canyon, AZ– After weeks of intensive looking, the Nationwide Park Services (NPS) is cutting down the scale of the look for for Charles Lyon of Tyler, TX who went missing at Grand Canyon National Park on June 10, 2021.
Charles Lyon was last found at the Best Western hotel in Tusayan, Arizona on June 10, 2021. Lyon abandoned his vehicle on the South Rim alongside Desert Check out Generate around Lipan Place on or about June 11, 2021 and was considered to be traveling by itself. Starting on June 11, the NPS searched thoroughly by way of floor searchers and helicopter in the vicinity of Lipan Point and alongside Desert Perspective Travel.
He is explained as a 49-yr-old white male, 6’3″ in top, 177 kilos, with brown eyes and brown hair.
The look for for Charles Lyon will keep on in a limited and continuous manner and will concentration on community outreach and research initiatives all through frequent backcountry patrols and on a regular basis scheduled helicopter flights. The NPS will continue to stick to up and look into any new details that it receives.
Grand Canyon rangers are inquiring any individual who may possibly have viewed or talked to Charles Lyon to you should call or textual content the NPS Investigative Services Department (ISB) Idea Line at 888-653-0009 or online at www.nps.gov/ISB by clicking “Post a Suggestion” or by electronic mail at [email protected]
A missing persons investigation is on-going. No additional details is readily available at this time.