Search for missing Troy man called off for now, to resume Tuesday morning

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UPDATE (3/26/19) 5:45 a.m.:

The search for 77 year-old Ronald Young is set to resume today.

Troy Fire Chief Roy Vargson told 18 News that emergency officials will be meeting at the fire station on Tuesday morning. 

18 News will be there. Stick with us on-air and online for the latest updates.


Pennsylvania State Police in Towanda are still searching for 77-year-old Ronald Young, who was last seen on Friday, March 15th in the borough of Troy.

Young is a white male about 4’7 with balding brown hair, hazel eyes, glasses, and a goatee.

He was last seen near the C&N bank and Dollar General in Troy. Business owners are asked to check surveillance cameras for any footage of Young.

“If they think they may have seen him, any bit may be helpful,” said Emergency Management Coordinator Sarah Neely. “So we can figure out where he may have gone. It’s very important that we hear from citizens. Ronny was very well known in Troy. Everybody knew him. Everybody loved him,” added Neely.

Needly added the search has been called off temporarily on the family’s request. She added it will resume Tuesday.

Young is known to be an avid outdoorsman who likes to hike. Anyone with trail cameras is also asked to check their video.

Anyone who knows of Young’s whereabouts is asked to contact Pennsylvania State Police at 570-265-2186.

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