Avon police, other agencies searching for man who went missing Friday night
Cole Greenfield was last seen outside Loaded Joe's in Avon between 9:45 and 10 p.m. on Friday night
Avon police, Vail Mountain Rescue and other agencies are actively searching for Cole Greenfield, who has been missing since Friday night. Greenfield was last seen outside of Loaded Joe’s in Avon on Friday evening at around 9:45 p.m.
Greenfield has not returned to this unit at the Tarnes at Beaver Creek, which is an employee housing complex for Vail Resorts. He has not made it into work since that time. Greenfield is about 6 feet, 3 inches tall and weighs around 200 pounds. He has brown hair and some light facial hair.
Avon Police Chief Greg Daly said authorities became aware that Greenfield was missing Monday after his friends alerted authorities and started an organic search Monday afternoon.
“We would love that he ended up a friend’s house,” Daly said. “I can’t tell you as to why he wasn’t reported between Saturday morning and now.”
Daly said Vail Mountain Rescue and officers are out searching while some officers are sitting with Greenfield’s friends.
Given the cold temperatures and darkness, Daly said “we didn’t want someone else to get hurt or go missing.”
Searchers are actively searching one of four possible routes that Greenfield could take between Loaded Joe’s and the Tarnes while also trying to triangulate the last ping from Greenfield’s cell phone. Greenfield was reportedly intoxicated on Friday night when he was last seen at Loaded Joe’s, where he was refused service.
If you any information in regards to Greenfield’s whereabouts, please contact the Avon Police Department at 970-479-2201.
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