MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Missoula County officials say the vehicle of a 26-year-old Missoula man who has not been seen for 10 days was found on the side of the road south of the city.

Sheriff's officials say Matthew Charlick's Honda CRV was found 14 miles up Miller Creek Road on Sunday afternoon. The agency says it appears the vehicle got stuck and Charlick walked away.

The Missoulian reports search and rescue crews are searching the area near where the vehicle was found.

Charlick was last seen on June 15 at his parents' house, where he has been living since his discharge from the Army in March. His family reported him missing June 18. He did not have his cellphone with him.

Sheriff's Detective Jason Johnson has said there was nothing suspicious about Charlick's leaving.

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