FBI on YouTube: FBI Seeking Clues in Montana Man's 2013 Disappearance
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FBI offers reward in case of man from Crow Tribe who went missing four years ago





The Federal Bureau of Investigation is offering a $10,000 reward in connection with the disappearance of Robert Garrett Stewart, Jr., a citizen of the Crow Tribe who went missing four years ago.

In an "Indian Country Cold Case" feature, the FBI said Stewart was last seen in Billings, Montana, on October 4, 2013. Known to his family as "Baby Garrett," Stewart was 25 years old at the time he went missing.

“I miss him every day,” Baby Garrett's father, Robert Garrett Stewart, Sr., told the FBI. “Every morning I give him a little prayer in my bedroom. Every day I think about him and wonder where he’s at. Is he hungry? Does he need money? Every day is a question mark.”

The FBI investigated several leads but nothing panned out, according to the feature. The offer of a reward could prompt someone to come forward and help solve the case.

“We feel that there are people in the area who know something about what happened to Baby Garrett,” said Special Agent Steve Lowe, who recently went to the Crow Reservation to put up banners and signs and renew interest in the case. “We want them to come forward, even if they remain anonymous.”

Anyone with information can contact the FBI’s Salt Lake City Field Division, Billings, Montana office at (406) 248-8487 or toll free at (877) 569-7449. People can also contact a local FBI office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate.