A 28-year-old man last seen on Monday,
May 27, was reported missing Wednesday by the Sublette
County Sheriff’s Office.
Anthony Stephen Jones, of Pinedale, was last seen driving a
white 2007 Toyota pickup truck with damage on the driver’s side
mirror and door, according to Sublette County Public Information
Officer Sgt. Travis Bingham, who posted a “missing person” flyer.
Jones and his parents live in Pinedale; Jones was likely heading
to Bend, Ore., to start a job on Tuesday but never arrived, he said.
More than 24 hours must pass before a person can be declared
“This is just a ‘welfare check’ at this point,” Bingham said this
week. “He is an adult but more investigation is ongoing into the
circumstances and likely route or why he lost contact, but since
there has been no contact in over 48 hours, we put it out.”
The sheriff’s office Facebook “missing” flyer has been shared
more than 500 times, “so the word is out,” he added.
Bingham said deputies tried “pinging” his phone and “using
other investigative tools to track him” but as of Thursday at press
time, neither Jones nor his vehicle had been found.
Jones was last seen wearing a camo-colored Under Armour
hoodie, khaki-colored pants and a black and brown ball cap. He
is 5 feet, 11 inches tall, weighs 185 pounds and has blue eyes and
Anyone with information about Anthony Jones’ whereabouts is
asked to call the Sublette County Sheriff’s Office at 307-367-4378.