Big Bear, Ca, December 2, 2010, 5:00pm – The following is an update on missing person Bryson Lukacik: Bryson went missing Saturday November 27th at 12:30am, from his vacation cabin on Balsam Drive/ Aspen Drive near Bear Mountain Resort. The missing person is Bryson Lukacik, described as a white male adult, 22 years of age, 5’ 10”, 180lbs, from San Diego California; Bryson was last seen wearing a white long sleeved shirt with a blue Mickey Mouse pullover sweatshirt, blue jeans, and blue shoes. According to the family Bryson had hit his head in a snowboarding fall, and woke up after a nap, was very confused, and went outside. The family tried to follow him, and couldn’t find him. Family and friends created a search party that met at the Best Western on Moonridge Road at 7:00am this morning. Over 20 people showed up and canvassed a large area of Big Bear. While the family didn’t find Bryson today, they are conducting the search party again tomorrow morning. The search party will meet at the Best Western, which is acting as their search headquarters, at 7:00am, and volunteers will help canvass a different area of the Big Bear Valley. The family asks for any help citizens or visitors of the Big Bear Valley can give. For more information contact Barbara Gibbons, Bryson’s Aunt at 661-303-2555.
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