A reward of $1,000 is being offered for information that will result in locating St. George teenager Macin Smith, who has been missing since the beginning of September. The money is in a deposit account with Red Rock Search and Rescue and will be paid immediately upon the return of Smith to his family.
St. George police have been searching for 17-year-old Macin Smith since he went missing. He was last seen in the Little Valley area of St. George. Smith is 6 feet 4 inches tall, weighs 200 pounds, and has short blonde hair and blue eyes.
His clothing was unknown, but he is believed to be wearing black size 14 Nike shoes with blue soles and green eyelets and accents.
Smith has not been seen or heard from since the morning hours on Tuesday, Sept. 1.
According to family, he left home without any of his belongings, money, a phone, or a change of clothing.
Original reports stated that Smith may be in the Las Vegas area, but other reports indicate that he could be as far away as Los Angeles.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Macin Smith is asked to contact the St. George Police Department at (435) 627-4300 or Red Rock Search and Rescue’s Dave Cummings at (702) 787-4068.
has joined #macinsarmy. Macin Smith is still missing, and she has written a song and made a music video to spread awareness and reach out to him. The use of the hashtag, #macinsarmy, has been identified in an attempt to create a way for all information to be centrally funneled in hopes of reaching Macin Smith. Wall’s connection to the search is personal providing her to see from a perspective most people will be hard pressed to understand.
Even after a local search conducted on Saturday morning, Sept. 12, by residents as well as local volunteers in both the Little Valley and Bloomington areas, little additional information has surfaced on the whereabouts of St. George resident 17-year-old Macin Smith. Residents and authorities continue to search for clues to his whereabouts, and the search is broadening.