Man disappears after Brooklyn Bowl performance

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) — A 26-year-old man disappeared Thursday after attending a show at the Brooklyn Bowl.

Police are looking for Riley O’Lary, 26, of Lyles, TN, who went to the Circle Jerks show at the Brooklyn Bowl in downtown Nashville.

Riley’s father, Travis O’Lary, said Riley told his friend he was meeting at the show that he was late and was taking his motorcycle to the show. After the concert, his friend asked him if he wanted to take the bus home, but Riley said he had his motorbike and would meet his friend later.

According to his father, the last message anyone received from Riley was that he had found people he could hang out with and would meet his friend at his apartment later. The SMS was sent at 11:15 p.m.

Travis said that when Riley didn’t come home, he checked the parking lot near the Brooklyn Bowl and found his motorcycle sitting in the Premier parking lot.

Riley is described as weighing 160 pounds and 5′ 11.

Anyone with information about Riley’s whereabouts is asked to call 911 or Travis O’Lary at 615-642-1027.

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