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May 2, 2003
By Dave Miller

Ozark, Alabama-- Pzark Police are hoping you may be able to help them find a missing man. 75-year-old Samuel Mark Shaw, was seen this morning in Omega, Georgia, where he tried to cash a check.

Shaw left his home Thursday, headed to a car dealership in Enterprise, Alabama, and never got there. He has health problems, and may not know where he is, and cannot get home.

He is driving a 1999 silver-colored Nissan Frontier pick-up truck with an Alabama tag, Al 691 GH. If you see Mr. Shaw, please call the Ozark, Alabama Police Department at 334-774-5111, or call your local police or sheriff’s department.

posted at 2:36PM by dave.miller@walb.com