#MISSING: Dave Stornetta, 59 - Trinity County, CALIFORNIA (has his deaf dog named "Maggie" with him)

The Trinity County Sheriff's Office reported they are looking for a second missing man today.
Dave Stornetta, 59, was reported missing in the area east of Covelo in rural southern Trinity County, said Lynn Ward, a spokeswoman for the Trinity County Sheriff's Office.
His case is not related to the case of Chester Stygar, 81, who went missing from Douglas City this week.
The Sheriff has "a Search and Rescue Manager and member of our Search and Rescue Team on scene.  More resources have been requested for assistance for tomorrow's search," Ward said.
Stornetta was supposed to meet his son for lunch at noon, but did not arrive. He has no known medical condition, but he does smoke American Spirits Cigarettes, Ward said.
He also had his deaf dog, Maggie, 12, with him. He was last contacted Oct. 22 at 7 a.m.
He is described as a white man, 5-feet-9-inches tall, 180 pounds. He has hazel eyes and brown hair.
He was last seen wearing a black ball cap, a green sweat shirt, camouflage pants and size 10.5 "Red Wing" boots, Ward said. She said authorities don't think he has rain gear and his cell phone goes to voicemail.
Maggie, his dog, is a white and silver colored McNabb, with a red dog collar.
Anyone with information should call 623-2611.

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