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Golden Alert: 82-year-old man missing from Adair-Russell area

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The Adair County Sheriff's Office has issued a Golden Alert D for a missing 82-year-old male with dementia. The missing man, Lester Terry, is from the Adair - Russell County line area. He was last seen by family Sunday, February 5, 2017.


He left his residence in a 2002 Red Ford Ranger pickup truck with Kentucky license plate 448 AAB. Mr. Terry is 6 feet 2 inches tall, weighs 170 pounds and was wearing blue jean bib overalls and a denim jacket.

Anyone seeing Mr. Terry or his vehicle is asked to call 911 or Adair County Dispatch at 270-384-6464.

Harrison Moss,, Adair County Sheriff

Mike Keltner Adair County Emergency Management


This story was posted on 2017-02-06 04:44:14
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Golden Alert: 82-year-old man missing from Adair-Russell area



2017-02-06 - Adair-Russell County line area, Kentucky - Photo from Adair Emergency Management.
Update: See Golden Alert canceled. Mr. Terry found safe
The Adair County Sheriff's Office has issued a Golden Alert D for a missing 82-year-old male with dementia. The missing man, Lester Terry is from the Adair - Russell County line area. He was last seen by family Sunday, February 5, 2017. He left his residence in a 2002 Red Ford Ranger pickup truck with Kentucky license plate 448 AAB. Mr. Terry is 6 feet 2 inches tall, weighs 170 pounds and was wearing blue jean bib overalls and a denim jacket. Anyone seeing Mr. Terry or his vehicle is asked to call 911 or Adair County Dispatch at 270-384-6464. - Harrison Moss,Adair County Sheriff. And Mike Keltner Adair County Emergency Management


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