Mineral and Missoula counties searching for missing person

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The Mineral County Sheriff’s Office, with assistance from the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office, are looking for Andrew Hossle, 31, of Missoula.

Hossle’s last known location was on Thursday August 1, 2019 near Triple Bridges, off the Fish Creek exit at approximately 10 p.m.

Hossle is 6 feet tall and weighs approximately 140 pounds. He has a red beard, auburn hair, and brown eyes. He goes by “Drew” and was last seen wearing a v-neck t-shirt, khaki shorts, and green Chaco sandals. He was also wearing a red-billed hat with blue on the front. He has two matching wrist tattoos and a large back tattoo. Hossle was driving a dark blue, 2018 Ford Fiesta.

Hossle has a history of epilepsy and is without his medication. If you have any information, please call the Mineral County Sheriff’s Office at (406) 822-3555.

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