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Have you seen this missing Annandale, Minn. man?

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HOWARD LAKE, Minn. (KMSP) -

It's a real mystery. A 25-year-old Annandale, Minn. man has been missing since Aug. 22, and while police aren't releasing many details, family members worry that foul play may be involved, so on Saturday, they did what they've done for the last several days -- they went looking for him.

People have searched for Christopher Rossing by ATV, by boat and by foot 9 days after he went alone into Troubles Restaurant and Bar in Howard Lake and hasn't been seen since.

After telling someone to stop unwanted advances toward a woman, Rossing left Troubles. He used his ATM card down the road at the American Legion. He then came back to Troubles, but it was closed.

His car was found nearby with the windows down and keys inside.

“The outpouring is just unbelievable. How many people he touched. Unbelievable that it's taken this long to find him. We just don't understand what happened to him,” one friend said

Friends and family have searched, made flyers, canvassed the town. They want anyone within 100 miles of Howard Lake to look closely at this 5'10” 190-pound 25-year-old with brown hair and eyes.

Rossing's family is offering a $5,000 dollar reward for information that leads to finding him and ask anyone within a 100 miles of Howard Lake to check their properties.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Wright County Sheriff's Department at 763-682-7637.

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