Taylor Elliott's family starts website to help with search

The family of a missing Pincher Creek man has started a website and Facebook page to help raise awareness and assist with the search.

22-year-old Pincher Creek male disappeared Dec. 1

Taylor Elliott's family and friends had set up a physical search base, as well as a website and Facebook page, in an effort to find the 22-year-old. (Courtesy of Pray4Tay/Facebook)

The family of a missing Pincher Creek man has started a website and Facebook page to help raise awareness and assist with the search.

Taylor Elliott, 22, has been missing since December 1 after he left his home on foot. He hasn't been seen or heard from since, and his family says they hope people will go to the website and to the Facebook page to help spread the word.

On the Facebook page, the family says that while Pincher RCMP have reportedly suspended the ground search for Elliott, loved ones are still out looking for him.

The search effort by family and friends is apparently based at the Pincher Creek Golf Course Club House.

The family says they hope people will use the posters and photos available for download on the websites to spread the word about Elliott.

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