Family, authorities seek volunteers to search for missing St. Cloud man


The family of a missing 24-year-old man are asking for volunteers to join their search for him in Monticello, where his car and some of his clothing were found this week.

The foot search for Tyler Berg will take place in the Wright County town on Friday at 9:30 a.m., according to a news release.

The last time he was seen was on Sunday evening, and in the early hours of Monday morning, his black Mercury Cougar was found abandoned at Monticello's Otter Creek Park. Items of clothing believed to belong to him were also found in the park as well as the Monticello Country Club golf course.

Monticello is just under 30 miles from St. Cloud, where Berg resides.

Volunteers are asked to report to the Monticello Community Center, where they will be registered and bused to various search sites around the community.

Additionally, Wright County authorities are warning searchers to dress for the cold and snowy weather with waterproof boots and reflective vests.

The Berg family issued a statement of thanks to the community through the news release. More information can be found at Facebook page Help Find Tyler Berg.

No details regarding the circumstances of his disappearance are available at this time.

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