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Search for Missing Park Ranger Renewed after 38 Years

Rangers at Chiricahua National Monument are offering $60,000 for tips to help solve the mystery a ranger who never returned from a hike.

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In 1980, Chiricahua National Monument Ranger Paul Fugate went for a hike–and never returned. Now, the National Park Service is renewing the search for him, citing new information about the case, and offering $60,000 for tips that help find him.