Search Continues for Missing Youth Minister

Saturday, May 28, 2011  |  Updated 4:40 PM EDT
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Police are looking for clues in the disappearance of a youth minister in D.C.

Melissa Mollet

Police are looking for clues in the disappearance of a youth minister in D.C.

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The search continued Saturday for a youth minister that went missing on Tuesday.

Over 100 volunteers helped comb the Metro area for signs of the 26-year-old man.  They handed out pamphlets and looked for signs of him in places like Rock Creek Park.

Hill's disappearance is a mystery to his friends and colleagues, who said it was not in his character to disappear suddenly.

He moved to Washington last year to work in a church youth ministry, performing campus youth outreach.  On Tuesday morning, he dropped off a George Washington University student, Matthew Degioia, in Chinatown.

His car was ticketed near his apartment in Foggy Bottom around 11 a.m., and then his credit card was used shortly after in Arlington.

A group called Find Matt Hill has raised $3000 in donations to fund the search effort.

For more information, you can visit the Facebook page dedicated to the search.

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