Amy Wroe Bechtel was last seen Thursday July 24th, 1997 southwest of Lander, Wyoming on the Loop Road between Sinks Canyon and South Pass.
At the time of her disappearance Amy was 24 years old, 5'6", 115 lbs. with shoulder length blond hair, blue eyes and athletic build. She was wearing a yellow tank top, black shorts, Adidas Trail Response running shoes, Timex Ironman Triathalon watch and a small double band wedding ring.
Amy's car was found on the Loop Road near a small road where she had started her run. Her keys were found in her car, and her green Eagle Creek wallet is missing. Anyone having traveled in the Shoshone National Forest between July 24 and August 1 is requested to call the Fremont County Sheriff's department with any information.
The Amy Wroe Bechtel Recovery Headquarters has been established in Lander, Wyoming, and a fund to help cover the costs of the search efforts has been set up at a local bank. Donations can be sent to:
Amy Wroe Bechtel Recovery Account, c/o Central Bank and Trust, P.O. Box 70, Lander, WY 82520
Please contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-442-8477 or the Fremont County Sheriff at 307-332-5611 if you have seen Amy or noticed any suspicious vehicle, person or circumstance on or since July 24th in Lander, Wyoming or the surrounding area.
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