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A Carbondale man went missing near Redstone in 2010. A hunter might have just found his remains.

William Worley went missing on the East Creek Trail in 2010. Earlier this September, a bow hunter found remains that authorities have confirmed to be human.
Caroline Cordsen
William Worley went missing on the East Creek Trail in 2010. Earlier this September, a bow hunter found remains that authorities have confirmed to be human.

Pitkin County sheriff’s deputies have recovered the remains, which the hunter found in rugged terrain in the East Creek drainage above Redstone.

Contractor and family man William Worley went missing on the last day of July in 2010. He was seen hiking the East Creek Trail that day, and authorities discovered his vehicle on the jeep road near the trailhead a few days later.

A massive search ensued, but no trace of Worley has ever been found.

The remains are now in the hands of a forensic anthropologist, and county deputies and the coroner’s office are continuing their own investigations.

Morgan is KDNK's News Director. He comes to KDNK with public radio passion and experience. He was a news host, reporter, and operations/programming director at KAJX-Aspen, and has extensive experience working in municipal government.