ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A Roswell man has disappeared while hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Officials say 39-year-old Troy Green went to Denver for a conference last week, but he never showed up.
Hikers say they saw Green last week in the national park, but a search over the weekend turned up nothing.
All his family and friends can do is pray.
"Just hoping, hoping for the best, crossing my fingers that something happened that they find him and he will be able to come home," Lea Robinson said.
Rescue crews are using helicopters and K-9s to search for Troy. They plan to look for him all week if necessary.
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