Jan 17, 2014 4:43 PM by MTN News - Missoula
OSBURN, Idaho - The man who has been missing for five days in Idaho has connections to Montana. Dylan Parker lived in Columbus for nine years, according to his step mother.
The Shoshone County Sheriff's Office is continuing to look for the 18-year-old - who now lives in Kellogg - went missing on Jan. 12.
Parker called his mom Sunday night asking her to pick up near a gas station in Osburn. But he was not at the location when his mother arrived shortly afterward.
An employee of the Shell station reports they had witnessed a male matching Parker's description get into a white passenger vehicle bearing Kootenai County license plates, with an adult male and female occupant.
Parker is a white male, 5'10" tall and weighs 150 pounds. He has brown hair and a tattoo across his shoulders. He was last seen wearing a black sweat shirt hoodie, blue jeans, and black work boots.
Please contact the Shoshone County Sheriff's office at (208) 556.1114 if you have information.