Golden Alert Issued For Knott County Man

Larry Mardis
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Updated: 8/09/2013 2:17 pm

The Knott County Sheriff's Department has issued a "Golden Alert" for Lawrence "Larry" Mardis.  A resident of Golden Years Rest Home, Mr. Mardis reportedly walked away from the assisted living facility at 2:40pm on August 8th.

Officers responding filled out a missing persons report and entered Mr. Mardis into the National Crime Information Center issuing a Golden Alert.

Mardis is described as a white male, 5'9" tall and weighs 175-pounds. He is 49-years-old, has gray balding hair, blue eyes, with a dark complexion and medium build. 

He is clean shaven and was last seen wearing a gray hoodie over a green T-shirt, green athletic shorts, and white New balance shoes.

Mardis was last seen leaving the redi Mart in Lackey and walking toward Garrett on KY 7.

Information as to the whereabouts of Mardis should be relayed to the Knott County Sheriff's Department at 606-785-5354 or 1-800-222-5555.

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