Missing: Jack McAtee, 27 - MED NEEDS - Summit County, Colorado

Name of Missing: Jack McAtee
Case:  Medical Needs Missing
Date Missing: September 19th, 2014
Location last seen: Summit County, Colorado
Age at time missing:  27 years old
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 170 lbs
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Hazel
Clothing: a red/maroon hoodie pullover, blue jeans, a tan hat and moccasins
Police Agency:
Summit County Sheriff: 970-668-8600
Case # 2014-10861

The Summit County Sheriff’s Office says on Sept. 18, a trooper with the Colorado State Patrol responded to a one-vehicle crash on Dillon Dam Road in which the vehicle crossed a bike path, down a steep embankment and overturned into the water. The CSP said McAtee was the owner of the vehicle and was able to free himself. The Summity County Sheriff’s Office tried to locate McAtee on Sept. 19 but were not successful and has been missing. He has not been seen or heard from by his family during that time. A friend, also in the vehicle, said he may be traveling by hitchhiking. Jack is in need of his medication and may be in medical distress and/or may be confused or in a manic state.

Family offering reward. See website:

Attention All Colorado Hunters :
The Summit County Sheriff’s office is requesting that anyone who is
currently hunting or is planning to hunt in Summit County be aware of
the following:
The Summit County Sheriff’s office is requesting the help of the
general public hunting in Summit County in the next foreseeable future
to please be on the lookout for missing person Jack McAtee. Jack has
been missing since September 19th and could possibly be in a cabin or
somewhere in the National Forest located in Summit County.
Jack is 27 years old, 5'10"and 170 pounds. Jack was last seen wearing
. It
is possible that Jack disappeared on the morning of September 19th

Jack Fitzgerald Mcatee, 27, was last seen in Breckenridge on Sept. 19. He is described at 5-feet, 10-inches tall, weighing 170 pounds and having dark hair.
Mcatte's family believes he was hitchhiking on Interstate 70 after he was involved in a car crash on Dillon Dam Road, in Summit County.On Sept. 18,  the Colorado State Patrol investigated a car overturned into the water below Dillon Dam road. in Summit County.  The occupant had gotten out of the vehicle and was safe. A CSP investigation revealed that the driver of the vehicle, Jack Mcatee, had in fact driven off of the roadway.  He crossed over a bike path and drove his vehicle down a steep embankment into the water below the dam road. 

During the attempts by Summit County deputies to locate Mcatee after the crash, they spoke with a friend.  The friend advised deputies that Mcatee had mentioned a desire to go to Washington D.C. to protest recent actions by the Federal Reserve.  Mcatte's family believes he was hitchhiking on Interstate 70
His father, Steve Mcatee, said Jack is bipolar and had not been taking his medication.
"Normally he does really well, but he went off his medication recently," Steve McAtee told the Moab Times-Independent.  He said his son has a tendency to shave his head when he acts in a manner such as he’s currently acting.

Steve Mcatee has a message for his son: "In case you are reading this Jack, your mother and I and your four sisters Megan, Maddy, Katherine, and Ali love you with all our hearts. And we want to be with you now, more than ever. We love you. Come home."
Anyone who has seen Jack Mcatee, or who has information concerning his whereabouts, is asked to call the Summit County Colorado Sheriff's Office, 970-668-8600.

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