DOYLESTOWN, Pa. - A 21-year-old male of Doylestown is reported missing as of Wednesday.
Police responded to the residence of Dylan Nason, where the complainant said Nason wasn't in his apartment and hadn't been since earlier that day.
According to a release from the Doylestown Township Police Department, Nason had mental health issues in the past and missed his evening medications.
He doesn't drive, but has a bicycle which is still at the residence. Nason has been despondent before and is known to walk in the woods for hours losing track of time.
Officials say Nason may have had his cell phone when he left, as officers were able to find his last location through his phone, which was near the Pine Run Reservoir at 7 a.m. Thursday.
Since the location find, the phone has been turned off or isn't operable, police say.
Nason is 5 feet 10 inches tall and 204 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with information or who has seen Nason is urged to contact the Doylestown Township Police at 215-348-4201.
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