UM student goes missing on way to Missoula

2014-08-24T16:27:00Z 2014-08-29T16:59:25Z UM student goes missing on way to MissoulaBy DILLON KATO Missoulian The Billings Gazette
August 24, 2014 4:27 pm  • 

MISSOULA — The Boise County Sheriff’s Office is currently looking for a University of Montana student who has been missing for several days.

According to a missing persons report, Lucius Robbi was supposed to have attended orientation at the University on Wednesday, but did not show up.

Robbi, a 21-year-old from Orleans, Calif., was last seen in the Horseshoe Bend area in southwestern Idaho on Tuesday, Aug. 19 around 2 p.m., and there has been no contact with him since. It is unknown what route Robbi was taking into Montana.

Robbi was driving a green 1997 Subaru Legacy with the California license plate 6CCP540. The vehicle should have one or two kayaks on the roof.

Anyone who has spoken with Robbi since that time, or seen him or his vehicle, is asked to contact the Boise County Sheriff’s Office at 208-392-4411.

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