Missing person - Robert Lowery

The Teton County Sheriff’s Office is circulating a flier in hopes of tracking down a visitor to Jackson Hole who has not been seen since mid-August.

The Teton County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public to help in their search for Robert Stiles Lowery, a visitor from Houston who hasn’t been seen since Aug. 20.

Before he left Houston, Lowery canceled all of his mail, sheriff’s Deputy Chad Sachse told the Jackson Hole Daily.

Lowery, the father of two children who were not traveling with him, was last seen on video at Piste Mountain Bistro at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village on Aug. 19, Sachse said. It is believed he took a Lyft to Pearl Street Bagels in Wilson the following day.

In an attempt to locate Lowery, the sheriff’s office pinged his cell phone: The last ping location was Aug. 23 in Jackson. The phone is no longer working or trackable, Sachse said.

Lowery was last seen wearing a black baseball hat with the letter P, a blue down vest, a plaid shirt and blue jeans.

The sheriff’s office asks the public to call dispatch at 307-733-2331 if they have seen or spoken with Lowery since Aug. 20.

Contact Alexander Shur at 732-7066 or courts@jhnewsandguide.com.

Alexander has reported on courts and crime since June 2021. A fan of all things outdoors, he came to Teton County after studying journalism at Northwestern University.

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