A search for missing Khristopher “K.C.” Clarke, 29, will start Saturday, July 20. Interested parties will comb the Williston and Mandaree areas in search for the missing man.
Clarke, who went missing in February 2012, has now been gone for more than a year after he left his home state of Washington to seek a truck driver’s job in North Dakota. He found a job at Blackstone Trucking in Mandaree, and he drove a white 2007 Chevy 3500 series diesel extended cab pickup truck.
The truck was found three months after Clarke went missing in Williston. But there was no sign of Clarke. The truck was missing Clarke’s keys, wallet, cell phone and gun, but everything else was left intact.
Clarke is around 140 pounds, has brown hair and eyes and stands 5-9.
He has various scars, screws and plates in both legs from a motorcycle accident and no spleen.
There is an official Facebook page for the search for Clarke, which concerned parties can visit at facebook.com/findkcgimpdaddy.
A July 5 posting on the Facebook page from an admin pleaded with the guilty party to come clean, if not with the law then with Clarke’s parents.
“Wondering how you live with yourself. Just really can’t fathom that kind of evil ... we all have to meet our maker someday — don’t envy you when that happens,” the post reads. “Just send an anonymous note, pm or make a phone call. No one but me will know that you contacted me. When we find K.C. no one will know if we just stumbled across him or someone said something. Don’t be a coward. Do the right thing, and you are forgiven by me.”
Anyone interested in joining the search can visit the Facebook page and sign up. Those who cannot actively search can help distribute food, water and first aid to those who are searching.