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Authorities seeking help locating missing Humboldt man

Anyone with information is asked to immediately call the Sioux Falls Law Enforcement Center at 605-367-7000. The advisory asks the public not to take action to rescue an endangered person.

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Authorities in South Dakota are asking the public for help in the search of a missing man.

Thomas Beesley, 85, left his home in Humboldt on Wednesday morning at approximately 8 a.m., according to an Endangered Missing Advisory released Wednesday.

Beesley is a white male, standing 6 feet tall and weighing 180 pounds with green eyes and shoulder-length gray hair. He was last seen wearing a teal T-shirt, camo cargo shorts and brown slippers.

Beesley left home in a white 2017 Chrysler Pacifica with South Dakota license plate 1U9 768. No direction of travel is known.

The family of Beesley reported he has signs of dementia, and may have become disoriented or lost. He did not take his phone or wallet.

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Anyone with information is asked to immediately call the Sioux Falls Law Enforcement Center at 605-367-7000. The advisory asks the public not to take action to rescue an endangered person.

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A South Dakota native, Hunter joined Forum Communications Company as a reporter for the Mitchell (S.D.) Republic in June 2021 and now works as a digital reporter for Forum News Service, focusing on regional news that impacts the Dakotas, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
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