Fargo Man Reported Missing
by Kyle Johnson, KVRR Reporter/Producer
January 17, 2013
The search is on for a missing 27–year–old Fargo man tonight.
The man's mother tells FOX News that Colter Dallman hasn't been seen or heard from since January 4th.
Carolyn Woodruff says she filed a missing person's report with the Fargo police on Monday.
Carolyn tells FOX News her son suffers from bouts of depression and takes medication for his chronic neck and back pain.
But the only things missing from Colter's Dallman's Fargo house are his car, a light jacket, his cell phone and his wallet.
Carolyn says it's very unusual for her son to simply disappear without contacting his friends and family.
She also says there is no way he would leave for an extended period of time without his suitcase, cell phone charger and medication.
“Everything at the house is left just the way that he would normally have it. It just looks like he went out for a bite to eat and never came home again,” Woodruff said.
Police told Carolyn that his cell phone was last on January 9th near Horace, but do not believe foul play is involved at this point.
Regardless, this worried mom just wants to know her son is safe.
"Colter is one of the kindest people, and we don’t know what to expect," added an emotional Woodruff.
An NDSU Grad, Colter just moved back to the Fargo area this fall from Bismarck.
He is five feet ten inches tall, 150 pounds, with brown curly hair and brown eyes.
His car is a 1999 olive green Infiniti G20, a four door sedan with a sunroof, spoiler, and a North Dakota liscense plate number of HAX–410.
Anyone with information on Colter Dallman's whereabouts is asked to call Fargo police.