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San Bernardino County Fire Department Chief’s Son Missing After Lake Arrowhead Area Walk

San Bernardino County Fire Department Chief’s Son Missing After Lake Arrowhead Area Walk

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LAKE ARROWHEAD – The son of a San Bernardino County Fire Chief is missing and numerous volunteers are assisting in a search.  San Bernardino County Fire officials said that Dawson Hartwig, who was renting a cabin with friends, went for a walk late Friday evening and did not return.

Friends called the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Twin Peaks Station to report Dawson missing at around 10:44 p.m. San Bernardino County Sheriff’s officials said that Dawson did not take his phone or any personal property with him. 

On and off-duty firefighters, the San Bernardino Cave Rescue Team, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department (K9, Aviation, Search and Rescue volunteers, Citizens Patrol, and Community Emergency Response Team), Cal Fire aerial support, as well as civilian volunteers are searching for Dawson.  

Dawson Hartwig is 20-years-old. He is approximately 6’4” tall, 160 pounds and has blonde hair and brown eyes.  He was last seen wearing a white shirt, khaki pants, snow boots, and a beanie hat in the 200 block of Burnt Mill Road in Lake Arrowhead.

Local business owners, residents, and visitors are asked to look at Dawson’s photo and if anyone sees him or has any information regarding his whereabouts they are asked to contact Sheriff’s Dispatch immediately at (909)387-8313

 

 

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This article was written by a staff member of the 24/7 Headline News Organization

Image Sources:

  • Dawson-Hartwig-Missing: Image provided by San Bernardino County Professional Firefighters Local 935