Clayton’s sister says they plan to look at surveillance footage at the Auke Bay ferry terminal to see if he got on a ferry to Sitka or another Southeast community.
At least 11 structures — including commercial, residential and community buildings — have burned as a result of arson in the area since May.
Pilots described cloud ceilings as low as 600 feet above the ground in the valley where the aircraft was found.
The family says Clayton has a form of anxiety and may try to retreat if someone rushes up to help him.
Crew from the F/V Minke relayed that the 68-year-old captain of another boat, the F/V Lady Cyprus, was experiencing a possible heart attack.
Park officials say since the attack appeared to be from a mother defending her cubs, there is no indication the bear is unusually dangerous and they will not be searching for it.
The searchers are heading out Tuesday to continue looking for an Oregon man who has been missing in the Juneau area for the last four days.
The Two Rivers Lodge burned in the early morning hours of Monday, amid a string of still-unsolved arsons in the Two Rivers-Pleasant Valley area this summer.
Joseph Clayton is described as wearing a white shirt, jeans and carrying a backpack. He’s got brown hair, hazel eyes, weighs about 220 pounds and he is 6 feet, 2 inches tall.
As hospitals throughout the Pacific Northwest struggle to house and transfer patients, Bartlett Regional Hospital is suspending “non-urgent” procedures for the next two weeks.