Police: Man missing from Berlin believed to be in Meriden

Police: Man missing from Berlin believed to be in Meriden

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BERLIN — A local man that was last seen on Nov. 28 was believed to be in Meriden at the time he went missing, according to police. 

Sean Garrison, 48, was last seen and heard from by his family on Nov. 28 around 11 a.m., according to a post on the Berlin Police Department’s facebook page. Garrison was believed to be in Meriden at the time, and noted it was “extremely unlike Garrison to not return home and not contact his family for several days,” the post stated. 

Garrison was last known to be driving a 2012 White Lincoln MKZ with CT plate 903ZTC. Garrison did not meet the criteria for a Silver Alert to be issued, Deputy Chief Ciuci said Tuesday. Silver Alerts are issued for anyone under the age of 18 years old or over 65 years old, state police said. If someone is between 18 and 64 with a mental impairment, a silver alert will be issued, state police noted. 

Ciuci noted they have been in contact with multiple family members and local police. As of Tuesday there was no update to the case, Ciuci said. 

If anyone has seen or has information about the whereabouts of Garrison, please contact Officer Dan Ithier or Detective Brett Kelly at the Berlin Police Department 860-828-7080.

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