North Pole coach seeks help in tracki...

North Pole coach seeks help in tracking down missing Chrysler

There are 1 comment on the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner story from Aug 10, 2011, titled North Pole coach seeks help in tracking down missing Chrysler. In it, Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports that:

James Watson, an assistant football coach at North Pole High School, left practice last Thursday at about noon, intending to drive home because he didn't feel well.

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Mike the Elf

Fairbanks, AK

#1 Aug 30, 2011
Any leads since it came up missing? Been found or .. If not found yet, call all the local cab/taxi companies and say what is missing, color, license plate #, and anything special about it (spoiler or type of rims or ..), when lost, and if possible a reward, not all are willing to do it, to help a neighbor.. Cab drivers go places that many times the police/troopers don't go, and there is more cabs than cops/police/troopers. So you never know..

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