WEST GLACIER, MT (WHTC) - Family members of Jakson Kreiser have apparently given up hope that the 19-year-old Hudsonville man will be found alive. His parents are back in Michigan after traveling to Montana, where he was working as a staffer at the Glacier National Park, and have issued a statement saying that their son has “found the world’s greatest resting place.” Kreiser has been missing since July 28th, when he embarked on a solo hike into a mountainous area near the Canadian border. Rescuers found some tracks believed to have been made by him, but no other traces have been discovered, and the search was scaled back over this past weekend.
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