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Police seek help in finding missing Bremerton man

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Police are seeking the public's assistance in locating this man, Eric Jason Fryling, who went missing Saturday, June 22.
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The Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the assistance of the general public in trying to locate a Bremerton man who has not been seen in three days.

Eric Jason Fryling, age 34, was last seen at a residence on Phillips Avenue, East Bremerton, during the evening hours of Saturday, June 22.

Fryling’s vehicle was found in the area of Lion’s Field on Lebo Boulevard Sunday night, June 23. His family reports that Fryling does not have any money or other vehicle and did not take a cell phone. They initially believed that he had gone fishing. The family is concerned for his welfare.

The family reported that Fryling has recently been suffering from depression.

Fryling is white, 6'01" and 220 pounds. He has brown hair and wears a hoop earring. His tattoos include an eagle on one shoulder and Mickey Mouse dressed as the devil on his other shoulder.

He was last seen wearing a camouflage jacket with a hood, a black hooded sweatshirt with a Boy Scout emblem and light blue pants.

Fryling has been entered into the FBI National Crime Information Center as a missing person. Persons who have information concerning the whereabouts of Eric are requested to contact sheriff’s detectives at 360-337-7111 or Kitsap County Central Communications (9-1-1 dispatch) at 360-308-5400.

 

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