Sheriff: Man's disappearance 'suspicious'

Sheriff: Man's disappearance 'suspicious'
David Wayne Hultberg

ALBANY, Ore. - The whereabouts of a man reported missing May 2 remain unknown, and the sheriff's office is now asking for the public's help locating him.

The family of David Wayne Hultberg, 52, reported him missing after he didn't return home, according to Linn County Sheriff Tim Mueller.

The disappearance is being treated as suspicious. Anyone with information about Hultberg is asked to contact the Linn County Sheriff's Office at 800-884-3911.

The sheriff shared some of the clues uncovered so far in the investigation.

Hultberg's pickup was found May 6 in the parking lot of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Stayton.

Detectives have found Arco gas station security camera video from April 26 that puts Hultberg in Stayton.

He was seen the next morning in Lebanon by one of his associates, the sheriff said.

Hultberg is 5-foot-9, 210 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. He has one silver front tooth and a tattoo of Pegasus on his back. He was reported to be wearing tan Carhart pants a light blue shirt, a tan Carhart jacket and work boots.

Map of locations and clues in the search for David Wayne Hultberg

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