No age listed, but his elderly...step daughters are upset, feel not enough being done by LE to find him. Snips Two weeks ago, a Vidalia man disappeared. So did the older truck he drove for hunting or around town. Two issues of Vidalia's weekly paper sit untouched at the door to Arlie Horne's apartment. His step daughters say his sudden disappearance makes them think the worst. One of the step daughters, Gayle Drake, says police at first treated Arlie's disappearance as a surprise vacation. She doesn't think police have taken the case as seriously as they should. "No one has told me anything and I'm the one that initially called the FBI, I called the GBI.," she stated. She said, to her knowledge, Vidalia Police had not sought assistance from the GBI, the sheriff's department or any other agency. Vidalia police disagree. Chief Frank Waits said they've worked with those two agencies and others. He says Vidalia detectives entered Horne and his truck in state and national data bases while they look for him closer to home. "With the help of a Georgia State Patrol helicopter Friday, we searched, by air, Toombs County, Tattnall County, Candler County and Montgomery County looking at the hunting clubs that Mr. Horne was known to frequent with nothing found," countered Chief Waits. Waits also said he can't provide case information to those outside blood relatives; instead he's continually updating Horne's brother in Florida. While his step family fears for his safety, they and police hope he comes back soon to end the worry his disappearance has caused. If you've seen Arlie Horne or his 1986 Gray Ford F-150, call Vidalia police at 912.537.4123, the GBI's Eastman office at 478.374.6988 or your local authorities.