State, local law enforcement agencies join Williston Police Department in search of missing 24-year-old

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The Williston Police Department and number of other law enforcement agencies are still looking for a 24-year-old man who left home on foot last week.

This week, Williston Police were joined by regional and state law enforcement officials on a ground search looking for Nathan Hartman.

So far the investigation has concluded Hartman did not leave with family or friends. Officials say Hartman left all of his personal belongings. He is not known to drive and is still believed to be in the Williston area.

He is 6'3", 185 pounds with hazel eyes and blonde hair. Officials say he was last seen wearing blue jeans, a blue undershirt, a brown and blue plaid button-up shirt and black Nike shoes.

"We are looking at different calls that have come in from community members, and we are also asking for the public to help us, especially this weekend with the different types of hunting that is opening up. We are asking hunters to check the area where they are hunting. We are asking the farmers to go out in their fields in search for Nathan. We are also asking property owners who might have abandoned buildings to go out and check their properties," says Det. Sgt. Amy Nickoloff, Williston Police Department.

Anyone with information about the case should call the Williston Police Department at 577-1212.