Authorities Searching For Missing Bryan Man
By: Sheila McCrea - Friday, November 25, 2022

Noah Johnson

BRYAN, Ohio - Authorities in Northwest Ohio are searching for a missing adult who they say may be at risk of hurting himself.

Bryan City Police are looking for Noah Johnson, a 22-year-old white male, described as 5′10″, 180 pounds, with blue eyes.

Johnson’s vehicle was reportedly found at Harrison Lake State Park, along with his jacket down by the shoreline. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is coordinating a search with the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office at the park.

Officials learned of Johnson’s disappearance from his Bryan home on November 19th.

Those with any information are asked to contact the City of Bryan Police Department at 419-633-6050.

Sargent Jeremy Viers with the Bryan City Police Department is leading the investigation.


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