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June 30, 2022
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JCSO Continues Search for Missing and Endangered Ashland Man, Last Seen on Valley View Headed Towards Greenway (Photo)
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JCSO Continues Search for Missing and Endangered Ashland Man, Last Seen on Valley View Headed Towards Greenway (Photo)

JCSO Case 22-3074

UPDATE: 6/16/22 2:20 p.m. Harold has been located and is now with family members. Thank you to all who assisted in the search.

ASHLAND, Ore. - Jackson County Sheriff’s Office (JCSO) continues to search for a missing and endangered man last seen on South Valley View Road in Ashland. JCSO Search and Rescue (SAR) is actively searching the greenway around Ashland for Harold Marcrum, 26, missing since May 30.

SAR is conducting area searches of his last known location using multiple teams. The SAR teams are searching via horseback, K-9, mountain bike, drone, ground, and fixed wing aircraft. SAR personnel have searched both sides of Bear Creek along the greenway from Ashland into Talent, Phoenix, and Medford, and will broaden the search area as needed.

Harold has lived in Ashland since 2017 and is originally from Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. He is described as a white male, 6’ tall weighing between 180-200 lbs. with blue eyes and blonde hair. He was last seen wearing a black shirt with black shoes. 

Harold has been missing since May 30 when he told his brother he was going for a walk on the Greenway from South Valley View Rd. to downtown Ashland. Harold left his wallet and cell phone behind but took his laptop. 

If you have seen Harold or know anything of his whereabouts, call SAR Sergeant Shawn Richards at (541) 591-1843.

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