By CBS3 Staff

BUCKS COUNTY, Pa. (CBS) — Authorities are asking for the public’s help in the case of two missing men in Bucks County. One of the men is a person of interest in the other’s disappearance.

Matthew James Branning, 50, of Sellersville disappeared Oct. 15 after taking cash out of an ATM with a person in the back seat of his car.

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Branning’s cell phone and car were tracked that day to Cape May County.

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Police say his co-worker, 47-year-old Michael Alan Stark of Royersford, was seen at a Wawa in Cape May County. He is a person of interest in Branning’s disappearance.

“We’re asking for your help locating Matthew Branning, or his vehicle, or any information that might assist us on this investigation” Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub said in a press conference. “This is an on-going case. We don’t want this case to go cold, and frankly, let us be the judge of whether your information is of value or not.”

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Stark was spotted last month at a pawn shop in Michigan.