$5,000 Crime Stoppers Reward for Information About the Still Missing Dr. Patrick Fitzpatrick
Dr. Patrick Fitzpatrick was last confirmed to be seen in Bozeman in July of 2015 and his vehicle with North Dakota plates was discovered outside of Willow Creek on July 4th. The family is offering a reward up to $5,000 for information in locating Dr. Fitzpatrick.
Here is the official Press Release from Gallatin County Sheriff's Office:
- Crime Stoppers Reward - Dr. Patrick Fitzpatrick
- December 16, 2015
The Gallatin County Sheriff’s office is continuing to investigate the disappearance of Dr. Patrick Fitzpatrick, whose abandoned vehicles were discovered at the edge of a bean field south of Willow Creek, Montana on July 4, 2015.
At the time of his disappearance Dr. Fitzpatrick was driving a green Ford Explorer with North Dakota plate #JPN688 and pulling a small white enclosed trailer with North Dakota plate #T266379.
Dr. Fitzpatrick is described as 6’0’, 240 pounds with white hair. Dr. Fitzpatrick was last seen at a bank in Bozeman on July 2, 2015 wearing a green polo type shirt and brown pants.
The Gallatin and Madison County Sheriff’s Offices received reports that Dr. Fitzpatrick was seen at the Harrison Volunteer Fire Department’s, Fourth of July barbeque on the evening of July 4th. Law enforcement has been unable to confirm these sightings.
The investigation is ongoing and the Fitzpatrick family is offering a reward of up to $5000 for information that leads to Dr. Fitzpatrick’s recovery.
If anyone has information regarding this missing person case you should contact the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office Detective Division at (406) 582-2121 or CrimeStoppers at (406) 586-1131.
Information provided to CrimeStoppers may be kept anonymous. Persons providing information that leads to Dr. Fitzpatrick’s recovery may be eligible for a cash reward.