Golden Alert For Knox County Man

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Updated: 2/15/2013 11:17 pm
Officials issued a golden alert tonight for Curtis Gambrel, 49, of Knox County.

They describe Gambrel as a 5'9", 170 lbs, medium build, blue eyes, bald headed and no facial hair. 

He was last seen at 8:30 am this morning wearing black trousers, a T-shirt and brown slippers.

The subject walked away from his residence at 7831 KY Hwy 223 in the community of Flat Lick.

Anyone seeing a person, fitting this description, appearing lost or confused, call police.
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