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Police need help finding a missing Bibb County man

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Bobby Seales. Source: Angela Finnen Bobby Seales. Source: Angela Finnen
BRENT, AL (WBRC) -

The Brent Police Department is asking for help in locating a missing man. Bobby Seales, 40, was last seen Friday morning around 8 a.m.

Seales was last seen wearing a gray Dry Fit Nike shirt. He was driving a 2004 Tacoma double cab four-wheel drive silver truck with an Alabama tag number 7A57C93. He has hazel eyes, brown hair with a blond tint, is 5'11" and 190 pounds.

The truck has an aluminum tool box and a Hoyt Hunter sticker on the back window. Seales told his famly he was going to get gas but never came back.

If anyone has any information on Bobby Seales they are asked to contact the Brent Police Department at 205-926-4643.

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