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A vigil held for missing man

Posted by: Sherri Burnett-James - bio | email

MACON COUNTY, AL (WSFA) - A vigil is scheduled at 6 p.m. for a Macon county man that has been missing since New Year's Eve.

Police say 63-year-old Arthur Dixon was last seen on the holiday night wearing brown pants and a brown shirt.

If you have seen Dixon or know of his disappearance, call the Tuskegee police at 334-727-0200. 

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