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UPDATE: Search Intensifying For Moses Lake Missing Man

PRESS RELEASE FROM THE MOSES LAKE POLICE DEPARTMENT: Moses Lake Police continue to search for Robert Scanlan. Scanlan was last seen at approximately 1 a.m. Saturday morning walking away from a bar in the 800 block of West Broadway by himself.

Scanlan had been with friends earlier in the evening. Information has been received which indicated that Scanlan had been drinking and had frequented a number of bars prior to his disappearance.

This week family and friends conducted a search near the shoreline areas of W. Broadway. Moses Lake Fire personnel and the Grant County Sheriff's Marine Patrol also searched the shorelines of Moses Lake. Searches were also coordinated by police in a number of vacant lots, as well as the Japanese Garden.

Moses Lake Police have assigned a detective full time to the investigation. Numerous interviews have been conducted in regards to Scanlan's disappearance.

Scanlan is 6 feet tall, 145 pounds, brown hair and brown eyes. He has a tattoo of the word "joker" on his right shoulder. He was last seen wearing a black and white Mountain Dew cap, blue jeans and white tennis shoes. Scanlan has a history of seizures.

Anyone with information concerning the whereabouts of Scanlan is encouraged to contact Detective Juan Rodriguez at 509-764-3887.

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KHQ.COM - The family of a 25-year old Moses Lake man has reported him missing. He's identified as Bobby Scanlan. Scanlan hasn't been seen since Friday night 6/24. According to his mother was with a girl named Cassie Gies.

Gies tells Scanlan's mother that after they were denied entry into Broadway Bar & Grill, Scanlan walked off on his own, very drunk.

The family became really concerned when Scanlan didn't show up for work on Sunday morning.

>>>If anyone has any information contact the Moses Lake Police Department and ask for officer Galloway or Det. Juan Loera.

>>>For more on missing people in the Inland Northwest click here

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