A missing Upstate New York man was found a few days after he disappeared. But his shoes and shirt were missing.

The New York State DEC confirmed DEC Forest Rangers helped finding a missing man from Glens Falls. The news was released on Wednesday in the latest "DEC Forest Rangers -- Week in Review."

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On June 18, at 11:45 p.m., Ray Brook Dispatch received a call from a concerned party about a subject who was last seen the day before on the Pack Forest nature trail.

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Forest Rangers Kabrehl and Savarie performed linear searches throughout the overnight, but couldn't find the missing man.

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The search continued the next morning. Around 8:45 a.m., the Warren County Sheriff’s office reported the missing 45-year-old from Glens Falls was found walking on Route 9.


It's unclear why, but the 45-year-old was found walking on Route 9 in Warren County without shoes or a shirt.

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DEC Forest Rangers interviewed the man. He told officials he got lost in the woods on June 17 and managed to find his way back to a main street on June 19.


The unnamed man was taken to a nearby hospital for dehydration treatment, officials say.

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