Search for missing Goshen man continues after truck found in Utah County

GOSHEN, Utah -- Search and rescue, K-9 teams, a mounted posse and fixed wing aircraft are all searching for a missing man from Goshen Tuesday.

Edward Dale Reynolds left his home in Goshen Thursday and has not been seen since, the Utah County Sheriff's Office announced Monday.

Tuesday the sheriff's office stated Reynolds' truck was found in "a far southwest part of Utah County, 7 miles south of Elberta."

The truck was spotted by a passerby on Saturday, who noted the truck but didn't see anything unusual about it. That person called police after seeing the missing persons alert, which included a description of the truck.

Search and rescue personnel, the mounted posse, K-9 teams and fixed-wing aircraft are all searching the area near where the truck was spotted.

The sheriff's office said the truck had plenty of gas and the keys were inside, and it appears the truck may have gotten stuck.

Reynolds was last seen leaving his home shortly after 4 p.m. Thursday, driving East on State Route 6.

Police said his family reported him missing Sunday.

Reynolds suffers from memory loss problems and left home without his prescriptions for several medical conditions, police said.

Police ask anyone who sees Reynolds or knows where he might be to call (801)794-3970.

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