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October 21, 2016

UPDATE: Press Release / VSP Rutland / LOCATED - Missing Person / Rutland Town, VT / 16C105810







CASE#: 16C105810



On Friday, October 21, 2016, at approximately 1842 hours, the Vermont State Police received information regarding the possible location of Gregory Wallace. Through the continued investigation, Detectives with the Vermont State Police were able to make contact with Gregory Wallace that evening.


Wallace is no longer considered a missing person.




The Vermont State Police— Rutland is requesting assistance in locating 34-year-old Gregory Wallace. Gregory was last seen on Friday, October 14, 2016 at approximately 1100 hours by his fiancée at their residence on Post Road in Rutland Town, VT. That same day, Gregory spoke with his fiancée by telephone at approximately 1600 hours.


Gregory and his fiancée have been staying on Post Road, Rutland Town in a camper since October 1, 2016. The property owners stated that Gregory left after a conflict between housemates of the camper. Gregory left on a black Roadmaster bike. On October 19, 2016 detectives learned the bike was recovered at the Vermont Transit Center in Rutland City.


Gregory has not shown up for his last few shifts for his job at Vermont Country Store, which is described as out of character for him. It is also reported that Gregory did not show up for an appointment at VA Clinic scheduled on October 20, 2016 at 1600 hours.


Gregory’s social media accounts have not been utilized and the voicemail box of his phone is full. Gregory left without medication for his anxiety and depression. Gregory has not made any suicidal statements.


Gregory has not been entered into NCIC, but there are concerns for his welfare.


Anyone coming into contact with Gregory is asked to check welfare and contact Vermont State Police —Rutland at (802) 773-9101.

Reference Case Number: 16C105810