ALTOONA, Kan. (AP) - Officials in a southeastern Kansas county
have called off their search for a 44-year-old man missing since
late last week.
But volunteers continue looking on their own for Altoona resident
Kennon Landry, whose wrecked truck was discovered Friday by an oil
worker near a river in Wilson County. KOAM-TV reports Landry had
been hunting and called his fiancee to say he was on his way home,
but he never arrived.
The Chanute Tribune reports the Wilson County Sheriff's Office
said Tuesday the official search was over. Personnel from the Kansas
Highway Patrol, the Department of Parks and Wildlife and a water
rescue team scoured about 20 square miles for any sign of Landry.
Volunteers on horses and ATV's are continuing to look for the
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