Alexander Pisch remains missing at North Cascades National Park

Last seen: October 8, 2020

Name: Alexander Pisch

Reported missing at/near: North Cascades National Park Service Complex (North Cascades National Park).

Height: 6’1

Weight: Approx. 160 lbs

Age: 35 years old

Hometown: Discovery Bay, California.

Alexander Pisch was last seen near Whatcom County in Washington.

Last Known Sighting:

On Saturday, October 10, 2020, a park service employee noticed Pisch’s car and easel in the same location with no indication he was in the the area, the release states.EkOS3PtVgAEsAnH.jpg

Field searchers worked the area near Colonial Creek Campground and Diablo Lake on Monday, Oct. 12, according to the release. Approximately 20 people were in the field looking for Pisch Tuesday, Oct. 13.

Pisch is described as a white man, 6-foot-1 and 160 pounds, and anyone with information about him is asked to call 888-653-0009.


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