NORTH CORNWALL TOWNSHIP, LEBANON COUNTY—North Cornwall Township Police say Joshua Sterner of Myerstown is no longer missing. Police say Sterner is no longer missing after being reported missing on Tuesday.
PREVIOUSLY REPORTED: A Myerstown man is missing and police say he is considered an endangered person. Joshua Ryan Sterner, age 19, went missing Tuesday, January 3rd. Sterner's family told police that he was despondent and suicidal and that he had a rifle. A short time later, police discovered Sterner purchased ammunition at a local department store. Although Sterner has not made any comments about harming anyone, other than himself, he should be considered armed and dangerous, since he is emotionally disturbed.
Sterner could be driving a blue and silver 2000 GMC Sierra with Pennsylvania plates YWK0123. Although Sterner has not made any comments about harming anyone other than himself, he should be considered armed and dangerous, since he is emotionally disturbed.
Joshua Sterner is a white male, 6'02" tall, weighing 210 lbs, brown eyes, collar-length brown hair that he usually wears in a ponytail. He has tattoos on the left side of his abdomen, left arm, left and right forearms and right wrist. He was last seen wearing a grey long sleeve shirt, black sweat pants, and beige moccasins.
Anyone with information regarding Joshua Ryan Sterner's whereabouts is asked to contact the North Cornwall Township Police Department at 717-274-0464, Lebanon County EMA at 717-272-2054, or 911.