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Montgomery man believed missing in Macon County

The Tuskegee News of Tuskegee, Alabama

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Willie Clayton "Pimp" Reynolds, 69, of Montgomery is missing. He is 5-foot, 3-inches tall and weighs 165 pounds. He has salt and pepper hair and brown eyes.

His truck was found in Auburn City limits on Highwa'y 80 and he was last seen walking at the intersections of Highway 80 and Highway 186 in the Tuskegee National Forest on Wednesday, Dec. 19 wearing a dark blue jacket and blue jeans.

Reynolds, who has medical conditions, seemed to be disorientated and confused. He has not taken his medicine sent Wednesday, Dec. 19. Reynolds suffers from Piagets Disease

"We hope searching for him throughout Macon County," said David Warren, Macon County Sheriff." "Our prayers and wishes are to find him and find him alive." If anyone has seen him please contact the local Police Department (334) 727-0200 or Sheriff Department (334) 724-2544 or his daughter Kenosha L. Reynolds at (334) 322-4373.

A $5,000 reward for information leading to the whereabouts of Reynolds has been offered by Lee County Crime Stoppers.

In addition to contact numbers in Macon County, anyone with information about Reynolds' whereabouts can also contact the Lee County Sheriff Office at 1-800-239-7072 or Lee County Crime Stoppers at 1-888-522-7847.

"Somebody came forward last night (Wednesday) and said that they picked him (Reynolds) up and took him to The "Y" grocery store near Highways 29 and 80 in Macon County," Auburn Police Capt. Tommy Carswell said.

"We have no reason to believe he's still in Auburn at this point."

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Original Publication Date: January 3, 2013

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