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Authorities seek information on missing Libby man

by The Western News
| July 12, 2022 7:00 AM

The Libby Police Department is seeking the whereabouts of a local man who was reported missing on July 4.

According to a news release from Chief of Police Scott Kessel, 40-year-old Randolph William White Jr., aka “Randy,” last spoke to his family in a phone conversation on May 8, 2022. He told family members he was going camping.

White is described as 5-feet-11-inches, 170 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes. He is known to spend time in the Bear Creek/Cherry Creek areas.

According to police, White was staying at a local residence until about 1 1/2 months ago.

According to the property owner, White moved out and told the owner he was going to pick mushrooms at last year’s burn site in the Yaak and then head to Portland to see his kids.

White’s phone is no longer accepting calls.

White's vehicle is described as a 1999 blue Ford Explorer with Montana plates 56-0195G.

White's information was entered on July 4 into the National Crime Information Center, which is a computerized index of missing persons and criminal information.