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Missing Man Investigation: Kansas Authorities Need Help in ND

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A sheriff's department in Kansas needs the public's help locating a man who moved to North Dakota last year.

A sheriff's department in Westmoreland Kansas is trying to find 21-year-old Jeremiah Joseph Perry.

According to a release from the department, Perry left the Kansas area for Tioga, North Dakota last April.

He stayed at the Capital Lodge in Tioga from April 2nd until April 13th and no one has been able to contact him since.

His family reported him missing in May.

Jeremiah is described as a white male with brown hair and hazel eyes.

He has a tattoo on his right shoulder.

He was wanted for probation violation, but after nine months of no contact with family and friends, his case has turned into a missing person investigation.

Missing Person Investigation:

21-year-old Jeremiah Joseph Perry

If you have information:

-Call Detective Eric Green at (785) 457-3353

-Call Detective Steven Armstrong at (701) 577-7700

If you have any information on Jeremiah or his whereabouts, you are asked to contact Detective Eric Green in Kansas or Detective Steven Armstrong at the Williams County Sheriff's Office.

Perry's family has offered a reward for any information that might help find him.

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