The Alaska State Troopers are looking for a Cooper Landing man said to have gone missing after he went to Anchorage to run errands.
Doug Korman, 46, went to Anchorage to run errands for his employer, Gwin’s Lodge in Cooper Landing, on Jan. 29, according to an Alaska State Troopers online dispatch.
He was reported as missing by his coworker when he did not return as expected on Jan. 30.
His last direction of travel and the clothes he was last seen wearing are not known, said Captain Andy Greenstreet of the troopers’ E-Detachment.
Korman has been entered into a statewide missing persons system used by law enforcement, Greenstreet said.
“Through that missing persons clearinghouse we have issued a missing persons bulletin,” he said.
Korman was driving a “greenish tan 2012 Toyota Tundra owned by Gwin’s Lodge,” troopers wrote in the dispatch.
The license plate number is GKH199, Greenstreet said. Troopers suspect he is traveling on the Glenn Highway, according to the dispatch.
Greenstreet said anyone with information is encouraged to call the troopers’ Seward Post at 224-3346.
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