It was reported on social media on Monday that the eyeglasses found hanging on a sign on a trail head in Inyo Craters do not belong to missing Matthew Green.
Dan Watson posted on Help Find Matthew Greene:
"The glasses found at the trailhead to Inyo Craters were just inspected by an optometrist in Bishop. They are "cheaters" and do not have a prescription anything similar to Matthew's."
Matthew Greene, 39, from Bethlehem, Pa., was reported missing on July 29 after he did not meet up with friends as planned. Family members told officials that Matthew is an avid sportsman and was passing through the Mammoth Lakes area to do some hiking and camping and climb peaks.
When his car broke down, Matthew told friends to go on with out him. Matt left the car at the Norco Goodyear repair shop with plans to meet up with friends later. Matthew sent a text to his friends at 9:30 on July 16 before going to bed at the Shady Rest Campground in Mammoth Lakes in Yosemite National Park, where he was staying.
Then Matthew seemingly disappears. He never returned to pick up his car, he never used his cell phone again and he has not used his credit cards. He didn't even return to the campsite where his gear was.
The last cell phone ping from Matthew's phone was from a phone tower on top of Mammoth Mountain towards the main ski area, posted his family on his Facebook page.
When searchers came across a pair of glasses hanging on a sign at a trail head last week near Inyo Craters, reported The Morning Call, there was hope that the search could be narrowed down to a more specific area. But, on Monday it was posted on social media that the glasses were not Matt's.
Matt's friend Tiffany posted on his Facebook page, "Matt is humble and kind and quick to help others. I've gotten so many responses through this page from former students, old high school classmates, college classmates, current friends and colleagues. It is fair to say that Matt is a highly respected, highly loved individual. I and the family are in awe and appreciate everyone's support in this difficult time and just ask that you keep the prayers coming that there will be a good outcome to all of this."
If you see or have seen Matt, please call Detective Doug Hornbeck at 760-932-7549.