Family offers $10,000 for information on missing Lafayette man: Nathaniel Tallman

Tallman has been missing for more than a week

LAFAYETTE, Colo. - A Boulder County family is offering $10,000 for information on a 25-year-old missing man who disappeared last week.

Nathaniel Tallman was last seen January 21, driving his 2014 Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliat near his home in Lafayette.

"I can think the worst and I can think the best," said Kevin Tallman, Nathaniel's father, who would like to think 'Nate' just took off on an impromptu vacation... but he said that wasn't Nate.

"He wouldn't make us feel this way for 8 days," said Tallman, "if, in fact, he could get to a phone."

 
By all accounts, Nate, a high school baseball star, had been happily getting a start in life, working with his father, in the process of moving to a new house in the mountain and buying a new car, which still had the temporary tags on it.
 
"It's good in the snow and yet sporty, and he's only 25, so it was both his needs," said Tallman.
 
He and his car were last seen eight days ago. Since then, family and friends have been passing out fliers and searching on foot and by air.
 
Their fear is that he got into an accident in his new car somewhere and hasn't been found.
 
They're offering a $10,000 reward for information, hoping someone will help them find Nate.
 
"He's the most important thing in our life. Our children are our everything," said Tallman. "So, it's our worst nightmare."
 
Lafayette police said they are investigating, and they are starting a tip line for anyone with information: 303-604-8014 or email policetips@cityoflafayette.com.
 
 

 

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