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  • VIDEO: Missing Capitol Forest Hiker found

    Lt. Gordon Phillips from the Thurston County Sheriffs Office gives an overview of the search efforts Tuesday, Feb. 9, as teams of searchers combed out from the the Mima Falls Campground area in the Capitol State Forest Tuesday looking for Brian J. Wallace, 52, who left Saturday for a hike. The search ended happily around 2 p.m. as Wallace, who was reported missing at 9 p.m. Monday, was found.

Lt. Gordon Phillips from the Thurston County Sheriffs Office gives an overview of the search efforts Tuesday, Feb. 9, as teams of searchers combed out from the the Mima Falls Campground area in the Capitol State Forest Tuesday looking for Brian J. Wallace, 52, who left Saturday for a hike. The search ended happily around 2 p.m. as Wallace, who was reported missing at 9 p.m. Monday, was found. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Lt. Gordon Phillips from the Thurston County Sheriffs Office gives an overview of the search efforts Tuesday, Feb. 9, as teams of searchers combed out from the the Mima Falls Campground area in the Capitol State Forest Tuesday looking for Brian J. Wallace, 52, who left Saturday for a hike. The search ended happily around 2 p.m. as Wallace, who was reported missing at 9 p.m. Monday, was found. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

Man found safe after 3 days in Capitol Forest

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