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Campbell community members rally to find man last seen Sept. 2

GILLETTE, Wyo. — Campbell County community members and law enforcement are trying to find a Gillette man who reportedly was last seen Sept. 2.

Daryl Morgan said he last saw his son, Bryan, at about 10 a.m. Sept. 2 at Daryl’s home near Wyodak. Daryl said he hasn’t heard from Bryan since then.

He said Bryan, who’s 37, is about 6 feet, 2 inches tall and weighs about 180 pounds. He has brown hair. Bryan was wearing shorts, a T-shirt and boat shoes and driving a white 2001 Ford F250 with an eagle banner on the tailgate, Daryl said. The truck’s license plate is 17-T-27522. The truck has a black toolbox on it, Daryl said. Bryan loved playing softball, Daryl also said.

Krista and John Copping started a Facebook group, “Find Bryan Morgan” to get the word out about him. As of 10:15 p.m. Sept. 11, the group has 568 members.

Daryl said he filed a report with Gillette Police Department Sept. 6 and has since filed a report with Campbell County Sheriff’s Office. He said the agencies have responded well to the incident. Law enforcement personnel have asked him for any information that could help find Bryan, he said.

“The support from the community so far has been great,” Daryl said.

Gillette Police Department Deputy Chief Brent Wasson said at 10:15 a.m. Sept. 12 that while a vehicle associated with Bryan was found in northern Campbell County over the weekend, Bryan is still missing, to Wasson’s knowledge. Wasson said the department has sent a “be on the look out” report, or BOLO, to surrounding agencies. Wasson said he believes the Facebook group may be helpful for finding Bryan.