York Times: Man with York ties missing in Colorado

YORK — The family of 39-year-old Jeremy Griess continue to search for him after he disappeared April 11.
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Griess has ties to the York area, says Art Roemmich who is a distant relative. He said the young man’s family originated in the Sutton community and he is related to the Hornbacher family in this area.

News reports from the Woodland Park, Colo., area say that Griess left his home to pick up some food and never returned.

Cell phone records show Griess’ phone last sent out a signal from Woodland Park. That’s where his family have been searching with dozens of volunteers.

He was said to be driving a 1999 black two-door Honda Accord with a Colorado license plate of 940JSE.

Investigators also say there has been no financial activity detected on Griess’ accounts since his disappearance.

If anyone has any information about the situation, they are asked to call the Westminster police at 303-658-4360.

There is also a Web site where information on the case is constantly updated, at http://www.jeremygriess.com. Concerned individuals may also leave messages for the family at the Web site.