George Adams | Flathead County Sheriff’s Office UPDATE KALISPELL, Montana — Search and Rescue teams found the SUV of an Idaho State University Professor who disappeared Friday. The 2006 Silver Toyota RAV4 was found in Glacier National Park along North Fork Road, according to the Flathead Beacon. The paper reports Adams was staying at a guest ranch in Kalispell when he left for a hike. Officials began searching for Adams Saturday when he did not return. Anyone with information about Adams’ whereabouts is asked to contact Flathead County dispatch at (406)-758-5610. ORIGINAL STORY KALISPELL, Montana — The Flathead County Sheriff’s Office says an Idaho State University music professor disappeared Friday. George Adams, 77, planned to hike in Glacier National Park, Ashley Lake, Sylvia Lake or in the area of North Fork on Friday morning. It is unclear if he made it to his destination Friday morning. The Sheriff’s Office says Adams was driving a 2006 silver Toyota RAV4 with Idaho plate 8BD4167. Officials with the sheriff’s office were unavailable for comment Monday. Adams began as a faculty member at ISU in 2003. He also worked at Brigham Young University-Idaho from 2000 to 2015. He also serves as a principal bassoon in the Idaho State Civic Symphony and a member of the university’s faculty woodwind quintet the City Creek Winds. Anyone with information about Adams’ whereabouts is asked to contact Flathead County dispatch at (406)-758-5610.