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Truck driver who went missing from truck stop is ok, says family


UPDATE 4 P.M. June 14———————————————————————————-

Family members say that a truck driver who was reported missing from an Alabama truck stop is okay.

Local news station WAFF says that the sister of formerly missing truck driver Bertram Moore has spoken to her brother and that he is okay.

Police have not yet spoken to Moore and it isn’t clear where he was during the time that multiple law enforcement agencies were searching for him.

No further information is available at this time.

Original Report———————————————————————————————

Alabama police are searching for a FedEx truck driver who went missing after stopping at a Pilot truck stop.

Police say that Texas-based truck driver Bertram Moore, 64, has gone missing after parking his truck at a Pilot Travel Centers location in Priceville, Alabama, near the intersection of I-65 and Highway 67, according to local news station WAFF.

Moore was last heard from on Wednesday, June 12. Moore’s daughter called police after she was unable to contact him.

As of Friday morning, June 14, police say that they have thoroughly searched the Pilot property and do not believe that Moore is still there.

Authorities say that Moore is diabetic and that he could have suffered from a medical emergency.

Multiple law enforcement agencies have joined the search for Moore.

If you have information on Moore’s disappearance, you are asked to call the Priceville Police Department at 256-350-4613.

You can view the report below for more.


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