Golden Alert: Charles Callahan Missing From McCreary County

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 6/16/2012 12:32 am
Authorities in McCreary County have issued a Golden Alert for Charles Callahan.

He has been missing since 3:39 p.m. Friday after leaving the Cumberland Manor Nursing Home.

He is a 54-year old white male with gray/white hair.  He is 6'2", 180-pounds.

He is missing a lot of teeth.

He was wearing blue jeans and a gray shirt.

Authorities said Callahan suffers from schizophrenia and requires daily medication.

If you see or locate Callahan, contact the McCreary County Dispatch Center at 606-376-9117.
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