Macin Smith remains missing since his disappearance in 2015. Despite extensive searches and investigations, his whereabouts are still unknown.
Macin Smith, a teenager from St. George, Utah, was last seen on September 1, 2015. At the time of his disappearance, he was 17 years old. Macin left his home supposedly to walk to school, but he never arrived, and there has been no confirmed sighting of him since that day. His parents, Tracey Bratt-Smith and Darrin Smith, reported him missing after he failed to return home.
The case attracted significant attention, with community searches and the involvement of various organizations, including the Red Rock Search and Rescue and The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Macin left behind his wallet, phone, and all of his belongings, which led to various theories about his disappearance, including the possibility of him wanting to start a new life or experiencing a mental health crisis.
Investigators found a note in Macin’s wallet that hinted at the possibility of self-harm, but it was not conclusive evidence that this was the path he chose. Over the years, there have been numerous reported sightings and tips, but none have led to Macin’s discovery. His family has kept the search active, maintaining a presence on social media and working with various agencies in hopes of finding answers.
The lack of concrete evidence and the passage of time have made the case more challenging. As of now, Macin Smith’s disappearance remains an open case, and his family and the authorities continue to seek information that could lead to his location and provide closure to those who knew and loved him.