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September 28, 2011
Rick Bowmer photo

Julie Bosworth, center, sits with her daughters Claire, left, and Kelly before hanging missing person fliers Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2011, in Portland, Ore.Nearly two weeks after Mark Bosworth vanished during a seven-day bicycle tour along scenic roads in Oregon, police still have no idea where the 54-year-old cancer survivor went. He left everything behind: clothing, his wallet and credit cards, and his bike. Relatives are convinced Bosworth is alive, maybe so confused that he has forgotten that his home is in Portland.

Rick Bowmer photo

Julie Bosworth, left, receives a hug from her daughters Kelly, center, and Claire before hanging missing person fliers Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2011, in Portland, Ore. Nearly two weeks after Mark Bosworth vanished during a seven-day bicycle tour along scenic roads in Oregon, police still have no idea where the 54-year-old cancer survivor went. He left everything behind: clothing, his wallet and credit cards, and his bike. Relatives are convinced Bosworth is alive, maybe so confused that he has forgotten that his home is in Portland.

Bosworth Family photo

This undated family handout photo shows missing bicyclist Mark Bosworth, left, with his wife Julie, right, daughters Claire, middle right, and Kelly at a family reunion. Bosworth vanished nearly two weeks ago as he traveled with about 2,400 cyclists on a seven-day tour along scenic roads in Southern Oregon, and his family thinks he may be disoriented because of a relapse of cancer.

Bosworth Family photo

This undated family handout photo shows missing bicyclist Mark Bosworth. Bosworth vanished nearly two weeks ago as he traveled with about 2,400 cyclists on a seven-day tour along scenic roads in Southern Oregon, and his family thinks he may be disoriented because of a relapse of cancer.