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Police Search For Missing Missoula Man

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Missoula Police are searching for 26-year-old Terrance Ryder, a legally blind Missoula resident, who's been missing since April 1.

Ryder is a white male, 5'11", 215 lbs., with brown hair and brown eyes.

If you have any information about Ryder, call police at 552-6300.

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