TWIN FALLS, Idaho — Authorities say the search for the body of a Canadian man who disappeared in Nevada is over.
Elko County Sheriff's Lt. Marvin Morton told The Times-News Friday that 10 people searched again for 59-year-old Alert Chretien of Penticton, B.C. and failed to find any sign of him.
Morton believes Chretien is dead, his remains scattered.
Chretien and his wife, Rita, were on their way to Las Vegas when they detoured to visit Jackpot, Nev. and their van became stuck on a muddy road in Bruneau Canyon. Rita was found alive nearly 50 days later, but Albert — who had left the van earlier in search of help — was never found.
- Scam targets families of LDS missionaries
- LDS missionary Mason Wells returns home 37...
- Arches National Park wants to ID those...
- Families need to know of dying decision to...
- Top 10 names that must be from Utah
- U.K. doctors embrace e-cigarettes as U.S....
- BYU will buy Provo High School for $25M,...
- Utah can't arrest its way out of heroin, pain...
- Poll: 66 percent of Utahns support... 51
- Top 10 names that must be from Utah 50
- BYU will buy Provo High School for... 48
- GOP's hard feelings over SB54 play part... 43
- LDS Church hires assistant church... 40
- Sen. Ted Cruz secures second Utah... 27
- Council approves policy banning dating... 26
- Report: Spending on charter students... 21