Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Details of Disappearance
Roy Banhart was reportedly last seen by his cousin leaving the 49'er Bar and Liquor Store the night of December 28, 1914. He left the bar, and was going to take a taxi home. But, witnesses told his family that Roy was intoxicated and belligerent, so the cab driver made him get back out.
His car has not been claimed from the impound lot after it was towed. Local police indicate his cell phone was last used on 12/29/14.
There was no record of Banhart leaving the island by way of the airport or the Alaska Marine Highway System, where he worked. Ketchikan is on an island, and thereís no way off except by boat or plane. A welfare check at Banhartís home revealed no new information on his whereabouts.
His family has stated that he is an avid outdoorsman.
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Ketchikan Police Department