A missing man from Leeds, Ala., has been located and is safe.
The family of Sidney Seale, 70, had been last seen at his home Sept. 11. His family had received a tip that Seale might have been in east Mississippi.
Seale's grandson said Monday Seale had been found and is O.K.
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A missing man last known to be in Leeds, Ala., may be in the Meridian area.
The family of 70-year-old Sidney Seale says he was last seen on foot in Leeds Sept.11, and have had no contact with him since.
The family says Seale has been on new medication that may cause him to be disoriented. They received a tip that
that he may be in the Meridian area headed to the casino in Neshoba County.
Seale is a white male, 5' 7" tall, 175 pounds, gray hair and beard, brown eyes, wears glasses and has a tattoo of an eagle on his right arm. He was last known to be wearing a blue sleeveless T-shirt, blue denim shorts, and black and white tennis shoes.
Anyone with information about Seale is asked to call Leeds police at 205-699-2581.
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