Manchester Township Police are asking for the public's help in trying to find a missing man with ties to the Whiting area.
Donald Wayne Boyce, who stayed with relatives in Whiting for several weeks after being displaced by Superstorm Sandy last year, was reported missing to police last month after disappearing in Atlantic City over the summer, police said.
Boyce last had contact with the Atlantic City Rescue Mission in late June or early July, police said, and with Atlantic City Police at some point in late July.
Boyce has no means of transportation, police said, doesn't have a cell phone and doesn't have credit or bank cards; he may still be in either Atlantic or Ocean County.
He's described as a white man, about 5 feet, 11 inches tall, weighing about 200 pounds, with numerous tattoos, including “Mom” on his shoulder, “One of a Kind” on the back of his neck and a cross in the middle of his back.
Anyone with information about Boyce is asked to call Manchester Township Police Detective Dan Barker at 732-657-6111.