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Turner Co. man missing since Monday

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Ashburn- Deloise Lawson says her family is trying to stay strong, but she's worried something terrible may have happened to her cousin.

"We would like to know where he's at and if he's okay. We're hoping he's okay," she says.

Thirty year old Gregonor Wallace was last seen early Monday morning.

"It was like 4:00 that morning when he got up to go to work, that was the last time his mother heard him up getting ready for work," says Lawson.

But he never made it. In fact it was his co-workers at Tifton Health Care that alerted the family about Wallace's absence.

Deputies found his Chevy Monte Carlo parked in this driveway along Highway 41, just south of Sycamore. The hood was up, the window was down, the keys were in the ignition, and his glasses were inside the car, but Wallace was no where to be found.

"He doesn't just up and leave his vehicle, and the average guy isn't going to leave his keys in the vehicle, nor would he leave his glasses because he needs them to see," Lawson says.

Wallace is about five feet ten inches tall and weighs about 250 pounds.

"He was last wearing as far as we know right now either navy blue pants or khaki pants and he was heading in to work to Tifton Health Care," says Sgt. Ed Carey of the Ashburn Police.

If you have any information about where Wallace might be or have seen anyone in the area of where his car was found, contact the Ashburn Police at 229-567-2323 or Turner County Sheriff's Office at 229-567-2401.

Police and deputies are following several leads, but say at this time they have not found any signs of foul play.

Posted at 5:30 PM by elaine.armstrong@walb.com