Officials have found the campsite of a Westminster man reported missing in the Sumter National Forest during the weekend. Mack Webb's campsite appeared to have been vacant for several days, Oconee County Emergency Preparedness Director Henry Gordon said Monday. Webb, 45, had been camping alone in the forest, near the North Carolina line, since Wednesday. ``At this point, we don't suspect foul play,''county Sheriff James Singleton said. "There are some slits in the tent, but we don't know if he cut the tent to let air in or if it was vandalized."
State, local and federal authorities searched the forest and the Chauga River for six hours Monday, using all-terrain vehicles, a kayak and an airplane. Deputies were talking to Mr. Webb's friends to determine if anyone had seen him or knew where he might have gone, Sheriff Gordon said. (Information retrieved from NamUs.gov)