Coweta officials issue Mattie's Call for missing 77-year-old male

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Roger Jarold Arnold

By JOHN A. WINTERS
john@newnan.com
Coweta County authorities have issued a Mattie's Call for a missing 77-year-old last seen Thursday near the area of Roscoe Road and Leigh Avenue.
Roger Jarold Arnold was wearing a checkered or plaid coat, jeans, blue and white shoes and a gray hat when he was last seen around 4 p.m.
Mattie's Call was set up by the Georgia General Assembly in 2006 and is an emergency alert to help locate disabled or elderly people.
Arnold is 5 feet, 7 inches tall, weighs 134 pounds with a thin build. He has brown eyes and balding black and graying hair. He does not have teeth and wears glasses, chews tobacco and walks with a cane and has a pacemaker.
Anyone with information should contact the Coweta County Sheriff's Office at 770-253-1502

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