Authorities in Mexico are searching for Hari Simran Singh Khalsa, a yoga teacher from Brooklyn who disappeared Tuesday while on a hike in the Tepozteco Mountains. Before he went missing, Khalsa sent his wife Ad Purkh Kaur, née Emily Smith, a selfie from the mountains with the caption, "Looking down on you"; not long after, Kaur received a second text from Khalsa, saying he had "accidentally summited another mountain" and would be "a little later coming back."
Khalsa was in contact with another friend before disappearing: "I'm on top of a really high mountain in Mexico and I'm not exactly sure how to get down," he said. Khalsa, who'd been at a nearby yoga retreat with Kaur, was reportedly carrying with him only a liter of water and a package of trail mix.
Kaur and Khalsa's friends hoped information released by T-Mobile would help track the missing 25-year-old's movements but so far have had no luck; in cooperation with the FBI, the phone company released all the information from Khalsa's phone but said the GPS had been turned off before his disappearance.