Duluth Police Dept. news release:
Scott Michael Tridgell, age 26, of Duluth was reported missing by his family on Dec. 14. Family members said Tridgell left his residence in Duluth on the morning of Dec. 13, leaving a note that he was going to a job interview. He has not been seen or heard from since.
Tridgell suffers from a form of amnesia which limits his ability to recall important details regarding his personal life, such as where he lives or where he has been. In 2007, Tridgell was listed as a missing person by the Edina, Minnesota Police Dept. after he failed to show up at his residence there. He was located three weeks later by police at a rest stop in Menominee, Wis. He had no ties to that city.
Tridgell had traveled all over the U.S. in those three weeks. At that time, Tridgell was dehydrated and in poor physical condition. He moved home to Duluth after the incident.
Tridgell is described as a white male, age 26, 5’10”, 165 lbs., blue eyes, blonde hair. Tridgell may be driving a 1996 black Toyota Tacoma pick-up, Minnesota license number 672-DTY. The vehicle lists to his father, Gary Tridgell. The vehicle has severe hail damage.
At this time, there is no indication that foul play is involved. Tridgell has been entered into the NCIC database as a missing person.
Anyone having information regarding the whereabouts of
Scott Tridgell, is asked to contact the Duluth Police Department at 218-730-5400 or call 911.