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Missing endangered Manatee man last seen Monday

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Benjamin Mastovich Benjamin Mastovich
BRADENTON, FL (WFLA) -

Deputies need your help to find a missing endangered Bradenton man.

The Sheriff's Office says Benjamin Mastovich, 37, was last seen at his place of employment, Hobart Systems on 11001 US Hwy 41 N in Palmetto, on Monday.

Deputies say Mastovich has recently been depressed. His motorcycle is still at Hobart Systems, and he has not been seen by co-workers or his family since Monday morning.

Anyone with information should call MSO at 941-747-3011.

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