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Autistic man still missing

March 17, 2006
by David Fuller

Moultrie -- Police are looking for a man who's been missing for three weeks.

Twenty-six-year-old Charles Baker is autistic and has been missing since the morning of February 25th.

Police say he left home after arguing with his mother. He has done this before, but has never been gone this long. Investigator Seth Walters said Baker's condition makes it difficult for him to communicate with other people.

He is described as 6 feet tall and weighs 165 pounds. Baker was last seen wearing blue jeans, a tan or gold shirt, white gym shoes and an orange hat.

Anyone with information about Baker should call the Moultrie Police Department at 229-985-3131 or 229-616-7470.

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