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Missing Air Force Academy Cadet Candidate

Posted at 3:41 PM, Nov 26, 2018

UPDATE: Around 6 p.m., the National Park Service reported that Tice’s car was located at the Longs Peak Trailhead late Monday afternoon.

Snow accumulation on Longs Peak was significant Saturday, with extremely high winds and bitterly cold temperatures.

Rocky Mountain National Parks’ Search and Rescue team are coordinating search and rescue efforts that will begin first thing Tuesday morning.

RMNP said their team’s search efforts will focus on the lower sections of the Longs Peak Trail to the Keyhole and Chasm Junction.

AIR FORCE ACADEMY – The U.S. Air Force Academy is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing Cadet Candidate.

According to the Academy, Cadet Candidate Micah Tice is a white male, 5’11” tall, approximately 160 pounds, with dark hair and brown eyes.

Tice drives a blue 2004 Toyota Camry with Nevada license plate 230B70.

He was last seen the evening of Nov. 22nd, leaving the home of his sponsor in Colorado Springs. Hi parents, who live in Nevada, last spoke to him at about 9 p.m. on Nov. 23rd. The Academy said he told his parents he was going to do school work and hike the following day, Nov. 24th.

Tice’s phone signal was last received on Saturday in the area of Woodmen and I-25.

If you have any information on his whereabouts, you are asked to call (719) 444-7000.

Micah Tice
Air Force Academy Cadet Candidate Micah Tice.