UPDATE: Case Of Missing Person In Shoshone County - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

UPDATE: Case Of Missing Person In Shoshone County Found To Be Suspicious

SHOSHONE COUNTY, Idaho - Investigators say since the initial missing persons report they took back on August 1st regarding Brian Edwin Shookman, 32 of Great Falls, Montana, information has been discovered which leads investigators to believe that the disappearance of Shookman is suspicious and that foul play may have been involved.

The Shoshone County Sheriff's Office has three deputies following leads on the case.

Citizens are urged to contact the Shoshone County Sheriff's Office with any information regarding the disappearance of Shookman.

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SHOSHONE COUNTY, Idaho - The Shoshone County Sheriff's Office is asking for your help in locating a missing person. 

On August 1st, the Sheriff's Office took a missing persons report for Brian Edwin Shookman, 32, of Great Falls, Montana. 

Brian was last seen leaving a friend's house in Kellogg, Idaho on July 28th 2012 at around 3:00pm. Brian was suppose to be going to his aunt's house for a family get-together in Sunny Slopes near Osburn, Idaho later that day. Brian never arrived at his aunt's house and has not been seen or heard from since. 

Brian is 5'7", 170lbs with strawberry blonde hair and blue eyes. He drives a 1998 maroon Ford Escort with Montana plates. 

If you have any information that would aid in locating Shookman, please call the Shoshone County Sheriff's Office at 208-556-1114. 

 

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