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GSU Police join search for missing Savannah student
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Bryce Daniel Tarter

   An Armstrong Atlantic State University student missing for more than a week could be in the Statesboro area, and Georgia Southern University Police are aiding in the search.
       GSU Police Capt. Mike Russell said 19-year-old Bryce Daniel Tarter was visiting someone in the Bulloch County area the night before he went missing, although that person did not live on campus.
       Tarter was last seen around 5 a.m. last Sunday on the AASU campus in Savannah, according to information provided by GSU spokesman Paul Floeckher.
       Tarter stands six feet tall and weighs 155 pounds. He has light brown hair and blue eyes, and was driving a white 2000 Nissan Frontier Crew Cab truck with a short bed, Maine plates, with a black grill guard and tinted windows. On the back driver's side window, there is an Atlanta Braves logo and on the passenger back window there is an Atlanta Falcon symbol, according to information found on a Web site Tarter's family created.
       The truck's Maine license plate is 9447 QD.
       Anyone with information is asked to call GSU Police at 912-478-5234, or Lt. Gorman at 912-344-3333, or Michaella at 401-207-5431.
       More information can be found at Internet web site, and on the Facebook page,
       While Statesboro Police and Bulloch County Sheriff's deputies were not asked to take part in the search, Bulloch Sheriff's Chief Investigator Capt. Todd Hutchens and Statesboro Police Capt. Scott Brunson each said their departments are aware of the search and will be keeping an eye out for any sign of Tarter.

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