BRONSON, MI (WTVB) - There’s a missing person’s case in Branch County with the Bronson Police Department seeking assistance from the public. 48-year old Thomas Miller reportedly was last seen at his home on North Matteson Street in Bronson at around nine o’clock Saturday night. Miller left the residence in search of his dog, which had escaped his fenced yard. Neither he nor the dog have been seen since.
Authorities described Miller as a caucasion male, 5'6", 180 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. He has a full mustache and beard and was last known to be wearing blue jeans, a black muscle shirt, and tennis shoes. He was also wearing eyeglasses. His dog is described as a female Chihuahua/Jack Russell Terrier Mix, white and brown in color, and is approximately 1 year old.
Bronson Police have been extensively assisted by the Michigan State Police Field Support and Aviation Section, as well as the Canine Unit. Anyone with information regarding the disappearance of Thomas Miller is asked to contact the Bronson Police Department at 517-369-9083 or Branch County Central Dispatch at 517-278-3091.