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Update: Found! “There may have been a sighting of him last week and we all want to spread the word for people to look for him.”

“Dear PoPville,

My friend Brent has been missing since May and I wanted to share the attached flyer. There may have been a sighting of him last week and we all want to spread the word for people to look for him. He is a well known bartender who has worked at Mintwood and the Anthem.

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8-4-19: UPDATE: A tip was provided to detectives that Brenton may have been seen on Thursday, August 1st in the DC metro area. The person who saw him indicated that he seemed “out of it” and was not carrying a bag. When they called out to him, he acknowledged that person by saying “Hey, Man.” and stepped onto the Metro. He had grown out a little stubble/hair on his face and head.

Please keep looking and spreading the word to find him.

PLEASE READ: ENDANGERED MISSING PERSON-

Brenton Davis was last seen on 5-29-2019 in Highland Park, N.J. walking toward the Edison train station with a roller bag, wearing dark blue jeans, a striped blue shirt, and black sandals. He planned to take the train to NYC then catch a bus from NYC to D.C. with possible stops in Brooklyn, Queens, and/or South Philadelphia. He is considered endangered due to serious medical conditions.

Brent’s last known internet activity was on May 31, two days after he left Highland Park.

Please reach out to his sister Rachel Enos if you have any information that might be useful to the detective working the case or email the detective directly: [email protected]

PLEASE SHARE THIS POST on social media and show Brent’s picture to your local homeless shelters and people.

Brent’s last phone number is known and has been suspended. If you have had contact with him after the end of May please report to the detective.

Sharing of this flyer has been helping. The detectives have received many calls and emails with potential tips and offers to help. They are looking into everything they receive.

Details cannot be shared in order to maintain the integrity of the investigation. Some information takes court subpoenas and time to acquire, so PLEASE KEEP SHARING.

Again, please contact the detectives with any leads via email or direct message Rachel Enos to see if you have new info.

HPPD Detective Sean McGraw, (732) 572-3800, ext 4263 or [email protected]

HPPD Detective Sergeant Jay Culver, (732) 572-3800, ext 4248 or [email protected]

8-4-19: UPDATE: A tip was provided to detectives that Brenton may have been seen on Thursday, August 1st in the DC metro area. The person who saw him indicated that he seemed “out of it” and was not carrying a bag. When they called out to him, he acknowledged that person by saying “Hey, Man.” and stepped onto the Metro. He had grown out a little stubble/hair on his face and head.

Please keep looking and spreading the word to find him.”

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