Alert issued for missing man

Written by  Wednesday, 07 May 2014 00:38

 Victor SweetVictor Sweet The Statesboro Police Department is asking the public for help in locating a missing man.  Victor Sweet has been missing from his home since Saturday.  He has epilepsy and his family is concerned for his well being since he does not have his medication on his person.  Police say Sweet has not reported for work at his job this week.


  Sweet was last seen at a home on the 100 block of Proctor Street.  Police describe him as 6’ 2” tall, about 220 pounds and wearing a black shirt and khaki shorts when last seen. 


  Anyone with any information as to Sweet’s location is asked to contact the Statesboro Police Department at 912-764-9911,



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