UPDATE: Missing Panton man found safe
PANTON — On March 29, Vermont State Police reported that Colby Johnson and his dog had been located, both safe.
At around 7:40 p.m. Monday evening, March 27, the Vermont State Police New Haven Barracks received a call from Colby Johnson’s family that the 25-year-old was missing. Johnson was last seen leaving his Panton residence at around 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 25, in a grey 2014 Ford F-350 with the VT license plate 347A760.
Johnson left home to run to a local store in Addison county and was expected to return home but never did.
Johnson’s family describes him as 6 foot 2, 185 lbs., with short blonde hair and green eyes. He is believed to be wearing a blue zip-up hoodie with dark blue jeans and navy blue slip-on sneakers. Johnson left home with his dog, a German Shepard named Koko.
If you have information regarding Johnson’s whereabouts, please contact the Vermont State Police New Haven Barracks at 802-388-4919.
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