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Police: Louisiana man believed to be missing in Hancock County

Bryan Ashley Hulse Jr. Image source: Hancock County Sheriff's Department. Bryan Ashley Hulse Jr. Image source: Hancock County Sheriff's Department.
HANCOCK COUNTY, MS (WLOX) -

The Hancock County Sheriff's Department is asking for your help locating a missing Louisiana man. Sheriff Ricky Adam said 29-year-old Bryan Ashley Hulse Jr. was last seen leaving his Louisiana residence Sunday around 4 p.m.

Authorities said Hulse's abandoned vehicle was recovered in the Santa Rosa community in Hancock County. Adam said Hulse may have access to another truck described as a silver 2012 Dodge Ram with the Louisiana license plate B909998.

Hulse is described as a white male weighing 220 pounds and standing 5'3".

If you have any information on the whereabouts of Hulse, you are asked to contact the Hancock County Sheriff's department at 228-255-9191 or 228-466-6910. 

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