- Associated Press - Tuesday, September 1, 2015

BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) - Law enforcement officials in southwestern Montana are asking hunters to keep an eye out for anything that might help them find a 74-year-old North Dakota doctor who was reported missing in early July.

A vehicle belonging to Dr. Patrick Fitzpatrick of Bismarck was found on July 4, on the edge of a bean field south of Willow Creek, which is southwest of Three Forks. Searchers have been unable to find Fitzpatrick or any sign of his whereabouts.

The Gallatin County sheriff’s office issued a reminder Monday that Fitzpatrick is still missing and asked anyone hunting or recreating in the Willow Creek area to keep an eye out for any sign of him.

He was last seen at a Bozeman bank on July 2 wearing a green polo shirt and brown pants.

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