BELLINGHAM (LALATE) – Dwight Clark remains missing, but the search for Clark, a missing Western Washington University student last seen over the weekend, was aided with the addition of a $12,000 reward today. Bellingham police hope the reward will assist their search that has yet to reveal any clues, but has drawn an entire community out to assist.
Spokesman Mark Young for the Bellingham police is concerned about the lack of clues but has been “amazed” by the volunteer effort to find the missing WWU.
Dwight Clark is a straight-A student. He just arrived in townÂ roughly a week and half ago. His roommate reported nothing unusual happened to Dwight before he went missing. Clark was a honors student at Auburn High. His car outside his dorm is still in position.
The 6 feet and 2 inches tall, 160 lb missing teen was last seen leaving a party Sunday at 2 am. Clark never made it home, nor to his car. Moreover, his last texts were sent Saturday night. Family and friends confirm Clark would text repeatedly; by Sunday, they feared for the worse. Police spokesman Mark Young said there were several violent attacks in the area over the weekend.
Volunteers are encouraged to call Sgt. Colin Emmert at 360-778-8666. A briefing is set for 10 a.m. Friday at Ellis Street and East Champion Street.