FAMILY OF MISSING TUTTLE MAN PLEADING FOR HELP

Ch 9 - June 4, 2024 6:06 am

A Tuttle man has been missing for more than a week, and his family is desperate for any answers.

The family said 30-year-old Keith Carlson was last seen by a neighbor leaving his home in Tuttle on May 21. That night his truck was spotted in the Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge.

Park rangers at the refuge told the family they spotted his truck parked at Crater Lake on the evening of the 21st. When it appeared no one had returned to the truck by Friday morning, they searched the vehicle. It was unlocked and missing the license plate, rangers said.

A search was conducted by foot, ATV, drones, and dogs. But so far, they have not been able to locate Carlson.

The family said Carlson was in the middle of home renovations and was a homebody. He never went far from home unless it was for family or NASCAR, the family said.

The family is asking anyone with information to call them. You can contact them at: 405-822-1402.

Family Of Missing Tuttle Man Pleading For Help

 

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