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March 19, 2007

Quitman - Deputies in Brooks County are asking for your help in locating a missing Morven man.

They've been searching the county for 68 year-old Willie Stevens, also known as "Walking Willie."

He was last seen Wednesday and reported missing Friday by his landlord.

Having no known family in the area, Stevens often walked and hitched rides from friends to do small jobs in Quitman and Morven.  "Takes out the trash, things like that. Helps ladies in the yard, just anything he can do. He's very much cared about and cared for," says Brooks County Sheriff Richard Chafin.

The Brooks County Sheriff's Department is asking anyone who has seen him or given him a ride to call them at 229-263-7558.

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