Body found on Bison Peak believed to be that of Frank Stanley |

Body found on Bison Peak believed to be that of Frank Stanley

A May 2011 photo of Frank Stanley, who has been missing near Bison Peak in Park County since July 25, 2011. Stanley, 44, is a teacher at Ricks Center for Gifted Children at the University of Denver. Frank Stanley's blue Jeep was found Thursday at the Lost Park trailhead after friends reported that he had failed to return from a hike. Credit: Robyn Brewer, Special to The Denver Post.
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Park County authorities found a body Saturday on Bison Peak that was believed to be that of missing hiker Frank Stanley.

Park County sheriff’s officers told Stanley’s family of the discovery late in the day, according to a family friend.

Stanley, 44, set out to summit the 12,431-foot peak July 25 and sent a text message after reaching the summit – but has not been heard from since.

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