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KPD Search For Missing Kalispell Man

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KALISPELL - The Kalispell Police Department is trying to find 25-year-old Cody Johnson.

Johnson left his home Sunday in a dark passenger car with some unidentified friends.
It's not clear where they were heading but Kalispell police said they may have gone to the West Glacier or Hungry Horse area.

Cody is about 5-10 and weighs about 185 pounds. He was last seen wearing a gray greenbay packers T-shirt and green and gray cameo shorts. If you have any information please contact Kalispell Police at 758-7791.

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