Pennsylvania State Police are looking for a missing Susquehanna County man.

A news release issued by the State Police at 6:24 a.m. September 15 requests assistance in locating a missing person.

According to the release, Tyler Barber is a native of Susquehanna Depot Borough, commonly referred to as just "Susquehanna, Pennsylvania" and has not been seen nor heard from since September 1.

Pennsylvania State Police provided Photo-Tyler Barber
Pennsylvania State Police provided Photo-Tyler Barber

Barber is an adult male.  The State Police did not provide his age. A provided photo shows the man appears to be in his 20s or early 30s.

The man stands five-feet, eleven inches tall and weighs 160 pounds. He has black hair, that appears in the provided photo to be long and pulled back, blue eyes, he is pictured with a full, black beard and mustache and authorities say he may be traveling in a blue Hyundai.

He appears to have tattoos on both arms.  There are no details provided concerning the designs of the tattoos.

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The Police do not give any information about the year of the suspect car or possible registration.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Pennsylvania State Police Gibson Barracks at 570-465-3154 and ask to speak with a member of the Criminal Investigation unit.

The information from the State Police does not provide any information about any possible medical or mental health concerns or other reasons why Barber's disappearance is of concern.

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