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Missing man needs his medication

55-year-old Al Lee Smith (Mitchell County Sheriff's Office) 55-year-old Al Lee Smith (Mitchell County Sheriff's Office)
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September 7, 2007

Pelham --  The Mitchell County Sheriff's office is asking for your help finding a missing mental health patient.   Sheriff's investigators want your help locating 55-year-old Al Lee Smith.

Smith went missing two weeks ago, family members just reported it to the Sheriff's office this week.

The concern is that Smith is a mental health patient, and has not been taking his medication.

Deputies believe he may be in the Pelham area, but ask anyone with information on Smith's whereabouts to contact Bubba Lamb at the Mitchell County Sheriff's Office.

The numbers are: 229-336-2033 or 229-336-2495.

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