Man missing since Sunday found in good condition

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UPDATE: Summit County Sheriff Dave Edmunds said Thursday that Pond was found in good condition near Kings Peak.

DUCHESNE COUNTY, Utah – Police in eastern Utah are looking for a 51-year-old man who has been missing since Sunday.

Pierre Pond, of Palmer Lake, Colo., was last seen early Sunday. Summit County Sheriff’s Sgt. Ron Bridge said in a press release on Thursday that Pond was last seen at the Henry’s Fork trailhead with another man.

The Summit County Sheriff’s Office is being assisted by the Duchesne County Sheriff’s Office and a Utah Department of Public Safety helicopter.

Search and rescue crews are looking in the area of the Henry’s Fork or Kings Peak area, which are located about 25 miles southeast of Evanston, Wyo. Kings Peak is the highest peak in Utah and is a popular location for hikers.

He was last seen wearing a green jacket, hiking boots and a yellow rain poncho. He was in a silver and blue 1989 Ford Ranger with a white shell on the bed.

Anyone with information about Pond or his location should contact Summit County at 435-615-3600.