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Update: Around the time we published this post, the mother, Nancy Sanchez, posted on Facebook that Tyten had been returned safely to her.
See our original post below.
The Lebanon City Police Department has requested the public’s help in locating a Lebanon man who did not return home yesterday as his girlfriend expected.
Sean Nagle lives in Lebanon City with his girlfriend, with whom he has a 2-year-old son, Tyten Sanchez. Tyten is described as having brown eyes and dark hair.
Nagle’s girlfriend last saw him around 3:00pm yesterday. After he did not return home last night, she filed missing persons reports for Nagle and her son at approximately 3:00am this morning.
Nagle is described as a white male, 5’8″ about 180 pounds, bald with brown eyes. A police investigation placed him in the Bethel, Berks County area north of Lebanon County around 7:00pm last night. He was operating a 2001 gray Chevrolet with Pennsylvania registration HZW6794. According to police, he was also spotted in Berks and Lebanon counties today.
Police noted that there is no indication Nagle has intentions to harm himself or his son, and they have characterized this search as a wellbeing check.
The public is requested to contact the Lebanon City Police Department at (717) 272-2054.