STEVENSON — Arrest warrants have been issued for a Vancouver man and his son accused of attacking a cross-country skier, taking his car and leaving him for dead.

STEVENSON — Arrest warrants have been issued for a Vancouver man and his son accused of attacking a cross-country skier, taking his car and leaving him for dead.

The Skamania County sheriff’s office says the warrants want Michael Collins and his son Teven Collins held for investigation of attempted murder and robbery.

Detectives believe the two fled after the Feb. 9 attack and traveled from southwest Washington through Oregon and California.

The sheriff’s office says the case will be shown Saturday on a segment of “America’s Most Wanted.”

Officials say 52-year-old Robert Kevin Tracey of Washougal might have died if hikers had not found him about 17 miles from Washougal. He was covered with blood, shivering and barely able to speak.