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Camas police search for missing man

By , Columbian county government and small cities reporter, and
, Columbian Assistant Metro Editor

The Camas Police Department is asking for the public’s help in looking for a man who has been missing for more than a month.

Ryan M. Webb, 44, of Camas hasn’t been seen by family or friends since May 7, according to a police department news release. He was last heard from when he posted a photo of his gold-colored 2008 Dodge Nitro, Washington license plate 862YIE, on Facebook, noting he was going on a road trip.

Webb possibly went camping in the Mount Hood National Forest area in Clackamas County, Ore. He was reported to have been in the area around Welches, Ore., and Rhododendron, Ore., on May 14, a follow-up news release states.

Webb’s family said his cellphone and bank account have not been active since May 14, police say. The clothing he may be wearing now and what direction he was traveling are unknown.

“Mr. Webb has not returned home, and he has not contacted any family members or friends regarding his whereabouts. The family, and his friends, are very concerned for his welfare as this would be unlike him to be gone for so long without contacting someone,” the news release states.

Webb is 5 feet 4 inches tall, 250 pounds with brown hair and hazel eyes, the news release said. He has a tattoo on his right bicep of a skull wearing a cowboy hat, and another tattoo on his left bicep of razor wire.

Camas police are asking people who frequent the Mount Hood National Forest to be alert for any vehicles that look like Webb’s.

Anyone with information about Webb’s whereabouts is asked to call 911 or Camas Police Detective David Garcia, referencing case 19-573.

Columbian county government and small cities reporter