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Christopher Rossing missing nearly two weeks

What happened to this missing man?
Wright County Sheriff's Office

It's been nearly two weeks and Christopher Rossing remains missing. This Monday news report reminded the public that the missing young man's family is still seeking answers behind his disappearance. His loved ones don't know what happened to him after he was last seen at Troubles Bar in Howard Lake, Minnesota. His car was found abandoned with the keys still inside of it and the windows rolled down -- near a gas station, not far from Troubles bar where he was last seen. Other than these facts, the details surrounding his disappearance are practically nonexistent.

It's out of Rossing's character to go missing like this, and his cousin says that he always calls his loved ones. He hasn't called anybody since he was last seen the night of August 22nd. Numerous searches for him have turned out unsuccessful, even with hundreds of volunteers helping look for him all over the terrain of the Howard Lake area. Susan Rossing (Christopher's aunt) said the following:

"We keep getting dead ends. We've basically canvassed Howard Lake as much as we can and so we don't know if he jumped in a car and went with somebody somewhere."

It should be noted that before he left Troubles Bar that night, he got into a slight altercation with someone after telling them to stop making unwanted advances on a woman who was also at the bar. The names of these people who were acquainted with him that night have not been released, but it's hopeful that investigators have questioned these people. At the very least, eliminating the people he had conflict with most recently will make it easier to investigate other scenarios. It's established by now that he didn't leave in his own vehicle, since it was found abandoned. This source reveals that his cellphone was also reportedly disconnected, so that supposedly means that there are no pings to connect to in hopes of finding Chris Rossing's location.

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