A reward fund in the amount of $10,000 has been set up family and friends, of 25-year-old, Nathaniel Tallman, who has been missing since Tuesday, January 21st in Lafayette, Colorado. He was headed to Longmont and driving his black 2014 Mitsubishi Lancer Rally with temporary tags and last seen around 6pm near the intersection of Empire Road and U.S. 287 in Lafayette, CO.
Tallman has brown hair and hazel eyes, 5-foot-10-inches tall. He was last seen wearing black sweat pants with a white stripe down the side and a white North Face jacket.
Local and digital media is full of Nate’s friends and family desperately searching for any information leading to his whereabouts. They are hopeful the reward money will also assist in finding Nathan.
Tallman’s parents, Kevin and Sherry are certain their son DID NOT intentionally run away or take his own life. Although devastated, Nate’s family and friends remain hopeful they will find Nate.
Anyone with information about Tallman is urged to contact Lafayette police at 303-665-5571 or through Boulder County emergency dispatch at 303-441-4444. Information may also be provided to his friend Zalyn Lee by emailing TheDGAFLifer@gmail.com.
A bank account has been set up to accept donations for a Reward Fund: Nathan Tallman Fund, Great Western Bank, PO Box 449, Erie, CO 80516. www.gofundme.com/nate-tallman-reward-fund
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