Iraq War Veteran Missing From Knox County

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 11/10/2012 12:46 am
Today is Jonathan Ryan Foley's 27th birthday, but instead of celebrating, his family in Knox County is wondering how and why he disappeared.

His family said on Tuesday, November 6th, he asked to borrow his Dad's cellphone and said he would be back in 15-minutes.  His family said he hasn't been seen since.

They said his pickup was found in the area Wednesday night, but no sign of Foley.

His family said he is an Iraq War Veteran.

If you have any information or see Foley, call 9-1-1 immediately. 
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