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    KS - Jay Shumate, 60, Erie, 16 Jan 2016

    Parsons Sun:

    Police seek missing Erie man

    Neosho County authorities are looking for a 60-year-old Erie man who has been missing since Sunday.

    According to information released by the Erie Police Department, Jay Shumate was last seen about 10 a.m. Sunday in the 100 block of west State Street in Erie.
    He is probably on foot and his direction of travel is unknown.

    Shumate is 5-8 and weighs 150 pounds. His hair is brown and black with slight graying and he has brown eyes. A clothing description is unavailable.
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    more, with picture, at link above

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    Taught high school in this town for three years long ago; sure hope they find him.

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    Parsons Sun:

    Family seeks help in search for Erie man

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    Jay Shumate left his pickup behind and some personal possessions that he wouldn’t leave if planning a trip elsewhere.

    He’s familiar with the outdoors. “He would walk along the river every day,” said niece Sonya Shaw.

    Shaw said she and other family members hope that landowners between Erie and Parsons could search their land, especially wooded areas, and abandoned sheds and outbuildings.

    “It’s a 100 percent certainty by the family he’s somewhere around Erie or Parsons. He’s got to be,” Shaw said.
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    more at the link

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    Jay has been added to NamUs: https://findthemissing.org/en/cases/show/32270



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