Golden Alert Issued for Missing Lexington Man

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 5/08 6:49 pm
According to Lexington police, 70-year-old Everett Walls was last seen May 7 around 1:30pm wearing blue shorts, with no shirt or shoes on.

He is said to be around 5'7" and weighs roughly 120 pounds.

They said the last time anyone saw him was on Bracktown Road (off of Leestown Road, close to Masterson Station Park).

Officials said Walls is known to frequently stay at a halfway house in Scottsville.

If you know where Walls may be, contact Lexington police at (859) 258-3600.
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