Law Enforcement Agencies Looking For Missing Man

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By CBS-8 Reporter

Montgomery County Sheriff's Department along with Auburn Police are working together to find a missing man.

According to Montgomery County Office, Willie Clayton Reynolds, 69, was last seen on Wednesday, December 19 around 8:30 p.m. at his home on Athey Road in Montgomery County.

Reynolds is described as a black male, 5'01", brown eyes, gray hair and about 160 lbs.

Corporal Scott Campbell of the Montgomery County Sheriff's Investigative Division says, Reynolds truck was spotted on Highway 29 in Auburn on Friday, December 21 by an employee of the Auburn Police Department.

Reynolds truck was positively identified today at the same location the truck was spotted at on Friday.

Reynolds suffers from Paiget's Disease which police say may be a contributing factor to his disappearance.

If you have information on the whereabouts of Reynolds please contact police.

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