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UPDATE: Missing Forrest County man found safe

FORREST COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

A missing elderly Forrest County man was found safe Saturday morning. George Range Jr., 82, was found two miles from his home at 34 Wyatt Ellis Road in the North Forrest area of Forrest County.

According to Emergency Management Director Glen Moore, Range left on foot from the residence Friday evening, and was last seen wearing a light blue plaid long sleeve shirt, light blue jeans and black orthopedic shoes.

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