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More than 100 police officers in Mexico are searching through the deep river gorges of one of the country’s national parks for a North Carolina teacher last seen more than a week ago, according to reports.
Patrick Braxton-Andrew, 34, is believed to have been hiking at the Copper Ca
nyon National Park in Mexico’s northwestern state of Chihuahua when he went missing, ABC North Carolina affiliate WSOC-TV reported. He was last seen by staff at the hotel he was staying at in Urique, a former mining village at the base of one of the national park’s canyons, according to WSOC.
Braxton-Andrew teaches 8th-grade Spanish at the private Woodlawn School in Mooresville, where students know his as “Señor Pato,” according to the scho
ol’s website. He graduated from Davidson College in 2006. He was supposed to meet his brother in Mexico City on Oct. 30, but he never arrived. The U.S. Embassy has been alerted.