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Search launched for woman reported missing in Glacier National Park

Jennifer Coleman's car found in Logan Pass parking lot
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Posted at 5:46 PM, Sep 02, 2021
and last updated 2021-09-03 12:49:04-04

Update: Friday 10:45 a.m.

WEST GLACIER - Search efforts are underway in Glacier National Park for Jennifer Lee Coleman, a 34-year-old Virginia resident.

Coleman was supposed to check out of the West Glacier KOA on Tuesday, Aug. 31 and was believed to be hiking around Logan Pass on Aug. 30 or 31.

An extended team of ground searchers will continue searching today in cooperation with Flathead County Search and Rescue, Two Bear Air Rescue, Flathead County Sherriff’s Department, and the Flathead National Forest.

Coleman is 5-feet, 6-inches tall and approximately 128 pounds with blond hair and blue eyes. She is possibly wearing a tank top, spandex pants, sunglasses, brown slip-on two-toned boots, a turquoise and pink flower scarf, and a dark-colored day pack.

Coleman’s last known itinerary is believed to be hiking solo on Monday, August 30 possibly to the Dragon’s Tail or Highline Trail. Her vehicle has been located at Logan Pass.

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First report

Glacier National Park is seeking the public’s help in locating Jennifer (Jenn) Coleman.

She is believed to have been hiking around Logan Pass on Aug. 30 or Aug. 31.

Coleman is 5’6” tall with blond, shoulder-length hair and blue eyes.

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Jennifer Coleman reported missing in Glacier National Park on 8/30/2021

Glacier National Park spokesperson Gina Kerzman tells MTN News park rangers found Coleman's car in the Logan Pass parking lot.

Kerzman says they are not sure where Coleman went hiking.

They are encouraging the public to contact the park if they saw Coleman in hopes of narrowing down the search area.

As of Thursday night, Glacier Park rangers along with Two Bear Air are searching for Coleman.

If you saw Jenn Coleman in Glacier National Park, please call the Glacier National Park tip line at 406-888-7077.