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KPD Asking for Help with Finding Missing Man

Jesse Pinegar Jesse Pinegar

LIHUE (KHNL) -- Kauai police are asking for your help with finding a missing 22-year-old man visiting from Utah.

According to police, Jesse Pinegar was reported missing on April 13.

Pinegar flew to Hawaii from Utah for a vacation three months ago. He is believed to be somewhere on the north shore, possible in Kalalau Valley or working on a farm.

Pinegar's father is currently on Kauai searching for his son. He is hoping that Jesse will call him on his cell phone, 801-427-7183.

Pinegar is 6'1 and weighs about 185 pounds. He has brown eyes and brown hair.

Pinegar is of Caucasian descent.  He has a light complexion and a medium build.

He has a tattoo of a Celtic Tree of Life on his right shoulder and a Celtic bear tattoo on his left abdomen.   

Anyone with information about Pinegar is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 241-1887.

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