Help bring a missing student home: Bryce Tarter Benefit Event

AASU student Bryce Tarter, 19, missing since Jan. 31

AASU student Bryce Tarter, 19, missing since Jan. 31

As the search continues for a missing Armstrong Atlantic State student, the family of Bryce Tarter is looking to friends and supporters for help and prayers.

The public is invited to a Bryce Tarter Benefit Event on noon-5 PM this Saturday March 13 at Armstrong Atlantic State University’s Sports Center. All proceeds from this kid-friendly benefit will go towards the campaign to bring Bryce home.

The benefit will include pony rides, face painting, games, inflatable bouncy, raffle prizes, t-shirts, Bryceletts, food and more.

If you would like to help, please email Megan at or call 912.604.5829. Volunteers still needed.

The 19-year-old Tarter was last seen around 5 AM Jan. 31, leaving the AASU campus. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is working on the case and Tarter’s family and friends have also launched massive search efforts.

Tarter was driving a white 2000 Nissan Frontier with Maine license plate 9447QD. There are an Atlanta Braves and Atlanta Falcons stickers on the back window. If you have any information, you’re asked to call AASU Police at 912-344-3333 or the Center for Missing Persons at (910) 343-1131. For more info in the case, visit the Bring Bryce Home Web site by clicking here.

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