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Missing senior alert canceled for Orange Beach man

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The Orange Beach Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in locating 72-year-old James “Jim” Ernest Spear, Jr. who left his residence on Wednesday, January 10, heading to Huntsville.  

His last known location is Talladega, Alabama on the same date. 

Officials say Spear suffers from a condition that may impair his judgment. 

Spear may be traveling in a red 2012 Suzuki Equator pick up truck bearing Alabama tag # 5AW1376. 

If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of James “Jim” Spear, Jr, please contact the Orange Beach Police Department at (251) 981-9777 or call 911.

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