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Osage County continues search for missing man

Published on -7/17/2013, 7:04 AM

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LYNDON, Kan. (AP) -- Osage County authorities say they have had few leads in the search for a Lyndon man who hasn't been seen since Sunday night.

Sheriff Laurie Dunn says 67-year-old Raleigh Heskett was last seen at a Lebo gas station. He was wearing a black ball cap with the word "Convoy" and driving a brown 2002 GMC full-sized van with light swirl designs and a Kansas tag 417 DCF.

Heskett is 6-foot, 200 pounds, with a gray beard and mustache.

Dunn says Heskett has a severe cut on his right forearm although it's not clear how he was injured. He also panther and cobra tattoos on his left arm.

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