SHOSHONE COUNTY, Idaho --The Shoshone County Sheriff’s Office said officials were searching the South Fork of the Coeur d'Alene River Wednesday for an 18-year-old Kellogg man.
Authorities also said they were reviewing video surveillance footage from various sources to check for any sightings of Dylan Michael John Parker, as well as continuing interviews in an attempt to gain additional information about Parker's possible whereabouts.
Deputies said they received information on Sunday that Parker was missing.
Parker called his mom around midnight to ask her to pick him up near the Osburn Shell station. He was not there when his mother arrived shortly after.
An employee at the Shell station said they had witnessed a male matching Parker’s description get into a white car with Kootenai County license plates. The employee said Parker got into the car with an adult male and female.
Parker was last seen by his friends leaving a residence near the 400 block of Two Mile Road near Osburn, Idaho.
Parker’s cell phone has been going straight to voicemail since Saturday.
He was last seen wearing a black sweatshirt hoodie, blue Jeans and black work boots.
If you have any information leading to Parker’s whereabouts, contact the Shoshone County Sheriff’s Office at (208) 556-1114.