Video of unknown suspect driving pick-up of missing Post Falls man released

POST FALLS, Idaho --- The Post Falls Police Department released a video on Monday of an unknown person driving the pick-up of a missing Post Falls man.

In the video, the suspect drives William “Bo” Kirk’s car and uses his ATM card to withdraw money.

Kirck has been missing since Oct. 22. He was last seen at his work, Northwest Specialty Hospital. He was supposed to get home that day at about 7:20 p.m., but has not been seen since.

Around 9:43 p.m. on Oct. 22, Timberlake Fire and Rescue responded to a vehicle on fire in the area of Rimrock Road on the north end of Kootenai County.

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Emergency responders arrived on scene to find a pickup truck fully engulfed in flames. The pickup was registered to Kirk and it was the same vehicle he had driven to work earlier that day. Kirk was not found at the scene.

Kirk is 41-years-old and is 5’ 8” tall. He has black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing dark colored medical scrubs.

The Post Falls Police and Kootenai County Sheriff’s Detectives are investigating this case.

If anyone has any information about where Kirk might be, or can identify the man in the video using Kirk’s ATM card, please contact the Post Falls Police Department at 208-773-3517.

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