Photos of Dylan Rounds who was last seen near the Lucin, Utah.
BOX ELDER COUNTY — A reward is being offered for information regarding the whereabouts of a 19-year-old Box Elder County man, last seen near the Nevada-Utah border. Dylan Rounds was working on a farm in Lucin, Utah, and was last seen May 28, near Montello, Nevada.
Rounds is described as being 5-foot-10 and 160 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing jeans, dark shirt and a flannel jacket.
The Box Elder County Sheriff’s Office reports they are continuing to follow up on tips as the search enters the third week. They are continuing to call his disappearance an active missing person investigation.
Multiple agencies have provided assistance, including the Box Elder County Sheriff’s Search And Rescue, Box Elder County Sheriff’s Horse Posse, Weber County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue, Elko County Sheriff’s Office, Utah Department of Public Safety Aero Bureau, and Utah Search Dogs.
Family and friends have been circulating information and photos of Rounds on social media, in addition to organizing search parties. They claim there are suspicious circumstances surrounding his disappearance.
Deputies report Rounds’ cellphone and wallet have not been found. None of the vehicles on the farm are missing. Family members said a pair of boots located roughly 100 yards from where his grain truck was parked were determined to be his.
Rounds’ mother, Candice Cooley, lives in Twin Falls, Idaho, and his father, Justin Rounds, lives in Ucon, Idaho. Together they are offering a $20,000 reward to anyone who finds their son or knows where he could be. Anyone with information regarding Rounds’ whereabouts is asked to contact the Box Elder County Sheriff’s Office at 435-734-3800.