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Police Ask for Information on Missing Person

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Billings police need some help to find a man who's been missing for a month.

25-year-old Robert "Garrett" Stewart, Jr. has been missing since October 4th. He is about six feet tall with black hair and brown eyes.

Police say they have additional information he could have been disoriented on that morning. Stewart was last seen wearing a brown and white Western Sugar Beet baseball cap, a gray zip up sweatshirt, and faded blue wrangler jeans. Police say he was near 5th Avenue South and South 38th.     

"We're asking the public's assistance is any property owners in that area or east of that area we ask that they just check around their property," said Lt. Kevin Iffland with the Billings Police Department. "Look for anything that might be suspicious or match these clothing items or anything like that. We're just looking for some additional information."

If you have any information, police say call Crimestoppers at 245-6660 or Billings Police detectives at 657-8473.

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