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Cummins Falls Hiker Not Located After Two Weeks

/ The Upper Cumberland's News Leader
Cummins Falls Hiker Not Located After Two Weeks

A man who went missing at Cummins Falls State Park has not been located after more than two weeks of searching.

Robert James Qucsai III entered the park February 3, and was reported missing after his vehicle was found abandoned.

TDEC Communications Director Eric Ward said Tennessee State Parks utilized search teams in the air, on the ground and under water. In addition, aviation and underwater technology were deployed to search the area, as well as K-9 units from multiple counties.

Walker said search resources were used from the Appalachian Search and Rescue Team, Hamilton County Cave and Cliff, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency, and Tennessee Highway Patrol.

At this time, Walker said they believe the individual is no longer on park property, but are continuing to work with agency partners to share any information that could help locate the individual.

Anyone with information on Qucsai’s whereabouts is encouraged to contact the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND (1-800-824-3463).


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