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Missing Person Utah Tanner Oblad

The body of Tanner Oblad was found by a Utah Department of Public Safety helicopter in the foothills south of Herriman.  He was laying close to a trail.  The authorities stated no foul play is suspected.  There will be an examination by the coroner.

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Tanner Oblad, 19, has been missing from Herriman, Utah since February 21, 2018.  He told his sister he was going to class at the Taylorsville campus of Salt Lake Community College, but he never showed up.

Authorities are looking for a blue or black Chevy pickup truck that a neighbor saw Tanner get into.

Although Tanner said he was going to class, he left his wallet and phone behind.

Tanner Oblad
Tanner Oblad

“He usually has his phone and he usually has his wallet and he usually stays in contact with us all the time,” Tanner’s dad, Adam Oblad told KUTV news.

Tanner is a high functioning autistic teen and Adam also stated that Tanner is honest and habitual and communicates with the family daily.  He had noticed that Adam seemed to be depressed over the last few weeks. Then Adam says something that is a scary thought for any parent.

“If somebody did pick up my son, and it was planned that means that person was talking to my son previously, and who knows what he was telling him. Maybe that’s why my son was going through such a hard time these last couple of weeks,” said Adam.

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