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CLEVELAND, Ohio – Cleveland police are searching for a concert-goer they say disappeared from the Jason Aldean show on Friday.

According to Commander Patrick Stephens, Cory Barron, 22, of Fremont, was last seen around 9:30 p.m. near Gate A at Progressive Field.

He said Barron went to the show with family and friends, and at one point left his section to go another section. No one heard from him after that.

"In my 35 years of experience, it's not typical that a healthy young man who has never disappeared or shown erratic behavior would be missing for this time frame,” said Stephens.

He said they checked surveillance video at the ballpark and didn’t notice anything suspicious.

Police are now looking through his social media accounts and checking his cellphone records for any clues. They’re also scouring the industrial area across from the stadium.

"We're using the chopper to check some of these industrial areas that have rugged terrain. There's jagged metal, old concrete and so forth that would make it tough for a person on foot to get around,” said Stephens.

Beyond that, police are also asking for the public’s help. They want anyone who may have seen Barron at the show to contact them.

Barron had on blue jeans, a Budweiser t-shirt, and a bandana. He’s 6’2” and weighs 225 pounds.

Cleveland Police can be reached at 216-621-1234.

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