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Posted at 10:52 AM ET, 10/ 5/2010

Md. man reported missing in Yellowstone

By Washington Post editors

A search is under way in Yellowstone National Park for a Maryland man who has been reported missing.

Bozeman Daily Chronicle

Authorities say 48-year-old Stuart Isaac of Burtonsville, was reportedly on a cross country trip. His black 2009 Lexus sedan was found Sunday evening at Craig Pass along the section of the Grand Loop Road linking Old Faithful and West Thumb.

Repeated searches from the ground and air have failed to locate Isaac, described as a black man who is 5 feet, 8-inches tall with black hair, brown eyes and tattoos on his shoulder blades and right triceps.

-- Associated Press

By Washington Post editors  | October 5, 2010; 10:52 AM ET
Categories:  Maryland  
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Time to round up the usual suspects:

Yogi, Boo Boo, Momma, Poppa, and baby; the cares; kelsi, the Chicago (football team0, The Bad News...yada yada yada

Posted by: knjon353 | October 5, 2010 1:24 PM | Report abuse

I hope he has some back country gear. Even in the summer it gets real cold at night out there. There are lots of geysers one also must be careful around.

Posted by: ChillAboutMilitaryHummers | October 5, 2010 1:51 PM | Report abuse

Are the two pictures shown of the same man?

Posted by: | October 5, 2010 2:53 PM | Report abuse

Suicide, check his finances.

Posted by: Centreville1 | October 5, 2010 4:18 PM | Report abuse

Also check with local tea partiers.

Posted by: Jim110 | October 5, 2010 6:00 PM | Report abuse

Grizzly snack.

Posted by: nuke41 | October 5, 2010 8:07 PM | Report abuse

Something wrong,Stuart is a good parent and responsible person,worked with him for five years

Posted by: TMS00DGE | October 5, 2010 8:19 PM | Report abuse

Being familiar with that area, I can say bears hitch-hiking rides with unsuspecting tourists are becoming an increasing problem and have been reported to authorities. Problems arise after a successful carjacking because the driving ability of bears leaves much to be desired. Park rangers will undoubtedly do a thorough investigation at the scene. Determining whether the perp was either a black or grizzly bear is important in identifying a problem bear. Usually this is determined by close examination of perhaps any scat left behind by the fleeing suspect. Investigators will note that droppings left by the former contain mostly residue of huckleberry seeds and fur from small rodents, while that of the larger and more ferocious grizzly, may contain remains of small bells, whistles and smell like pepper spray.

Posted by: slim2 | October 5, 2010 8:41 PM | Report abuse

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