Sheriff’s Office looking for missing man from Ashland
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office is searching for an Ashland man who was last seen Saturday.
Noah Sanderson, 45, was described as 5-feet-7 and 135 pounds, with dark brown hair and gray eyes. His hair and facial hair are likely longer than depicted in a photograph used in a sheriff’s office flyer, according to someone representing his family.
Sanderson was last seen wearing a light-colored, button-up shirt with long sleeves, light-colored blue jeans and a Padres baseball cap. He was also seen carrying a bright yellow water bottle and a blue backpack, possibly with tennis shoes tied to it.
He has been staying with family in Ashland since the Almeda fire.
Sanderson goes to Butler Creek, Eagle Mill Road and is known to frequent the Bear Creek Greenway.
Anyone with information was asked to call the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office at 541-973-4126, and refer to case no. 22-1618.