Family searching for missing Kamas man |

Family searching for missing Kamas man

Nan Chalat Noaker, The Park Record

Cody Lewis, a young father, distressed over the death of his grandfather, left home Tuesday and hasn’t been seen since. His partner, Aubrey Lewis, said she is extremely worried about him.

"His grandfather was like his dad," she said adding that Cody "left in a panic and never came back home." She said he left his phone behind "because he didn’t want to talk to anyone."

Aubrey and Cody and their 1-year-old son live in Kamas. Cody’s grandfather, who had been suffering from cancer, lived in Midway.

According to a flyer being distributed by family members and friends, Cody, age 24, was wearing a purple T-shirt, brown shorts, a black cap and neon green/grey/purple Nike shoes. Aubrey added that Cody has blonde hair and blue eyes.

Cody reportedly left home in his dark grey, 2005, Toyota Tundra pickup truck. The family’s two dogs were with him, a female black and white pit bull and a male golden retriever puppy. Both were wearing collars and tags.

Aubrey said her husband was not equipped to sleep out overnight and may have gone to Salt Lake City. However, she said, search and rescue personnel in Wasatch County were also looking in the forested areas around Cascade Springs and American Fork. The Summit County Sheriff’s Department had also been alerted. According to Detective Ron Bridge, Cody was last seen near the Jordanelle Reservoir and has been listed on a national law enforcement information base as "missing and endangered."

Anyone with information about Cody’s whereabouts is asked to call the Summit County Sheriff’s office, 435-615-3600, or Aubrey Lewis, 435-513-0207.


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