December 3, 2007
Fitzgerald -- Law enforcers issued a statewide Mattie's Call alert to try to help them track down a missing Fitzgerald man who has Alzheimer's Disease.
81-year-old Calvin Moses, Jr. disappeared from his home on North College Street last Thursday afternoon.
Since, then Police have conducted extensive aerial and ground searches that have turned up nothing.
When he left home, Moses was wearing a green, long-sleeved shirt and jeans.
He walks with a limp, he's black, 5 feet 7inches tall and weighs 135 pounds.
Fitzgerald Police are offering a reward and asking nearby residents to search any sheds or buildings on their properties.
If you have any information, please call Fitzgerald Police at (229) 426-5000.
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