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MT ROBERT STEWART JR.: Missing from Billings, MT - 4 Oct 2013 - Age 25

Discussion in 'Missing 2010 to 2014' started by SheWhoMustNotBeNamed, Apr 7, 2018.

  1. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member


    Robert was last seen with some acquaintances in the vicinity of Jackson Street and State Avenue in southern Billings, Montana in the early morning hours of October 4, 2013. He may have been disoriented at the time, and it was raining and snowing outside. He has never been heard from again.

    Stewart lived on the Crow Reservation in Montana at the time of his disappearance. He has two children. Investigators believe he may have been taken against his will. Few details are available in his case.

    Charley Project - http://charleyproject.org/case/robert-garrett-stewart-jr

    The FBI is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information that leads to the resolution of this case.

    FBI - https://www.fbi.gov/wanted/kidnap/robert-garrett-stewart-jr

    Glasses required for corrective vision but subject did not have them when last seen.

    NamUs - https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/22610/2/

    Media - https://crimewatchers.net/forum/ind...e-early-morning-hours-of-october-4-2013.3389/
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    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Indian Country Cold Case in Montana

    With his wife beside him at the kitchen table in their home on the Crow Reservation in Montana—and many of his children, grandchildren, and extended family members nearby—Robert Garrett Stewart, Sr., talks about his son, who disappeared four years ago.

    “I miss him every day,” Stewart said. “Every morning I give him a little prayer in my bedroom. Every day I think about him and wonder where he’s at. Is he hungry? Does he need money? Every day is a question mark.”

    Named after his father, Robert Garrett Stewart, Jr.—affectionately known to family and friends as “Baby Garrett”—went missing in October 2013. Since then, the FBI has been working to provide answers for the Stewart family.

    “We don't know exactly what happened to him or if he came into some kind of harm,” said Special Agent Steve Lowe, who has been investigating the disappearance from the FBI’s office in Billings, Montana. “But we have not forgotten Baby Garrett. This case is still active; it’s still open. We are pursuing all available leads.”

    Baby Garrett, 25 years old when he went missing, was last seen in Billings with acquaintances. He never returned to his family’s home on the reservation and hasn’t been heard from since.

    The FBI became involved with the case because Stewart, an enrolled member of the Crow Tribe, had been living on the reservation. On many reservations throughout the United States, the FBI is responsible for investigating major crimes that occur on federal lands, such as murder, violent assaults, and the sexual exploitation of children. Agents work closely with local and tribal law enforcement personnel as well as with the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs.

    “Knowing that we had a missing person, which sometimes turns into a death investigation,” Lowe said, the FBI began assisting local law enforcement after the disappearance and became the primary investigative agency on the case in late 2013.

    Since then, despite promising leads, the case has gone cold. “We still do not know exactly what happened to Baby Garrett,” Lowe said. More than a year ago, seeking additional help from the community, the FBI launched a publicity campaign about the case and offered a $10,000 reward for information. “We feel that there are people in the area who know something about what happened to Baby Garrett,” Lowe said. “We want them to come forward, even if they remain anonymous.”

    “I want somebody to step up and let us know, help us at least to understand what happened to him,” said Baby Garrett’s father. “Where is he? That’s always my question every day. What happened?”


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