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Motorcycle Rider Missing

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BILLINGS -

The Rosebud County Sheriff's Department is searching for a man who went missing Friday night.

Sheriff Randy Allies says Tom Reopelle was last seen on an orange motorcycle around 3:30 PM Friday afternoon. Reopelle was riding up Snyder Creek off of the Tongue River Road north of Ashland. He is described as a male in his early sixties, approximately 6'2'', and 225 pounds.

A search party will be meeting Sunday, at 8 AM, at the Tongue River Road and Snyder Creek intersection.

If you have any information on his whereabouts, you're asked to call the Rosebud County Sheriff's Department at 406-346-2715.

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