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The Piedmont Police Department needs your help locating missing man

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The Piedmont Police Department is using social media for assistance investigating a missing person/overdue motorist according to a post published earlier today on the department's Facebook page.

Freddie Perry, 61, of Piedmont, AL was due to return to his residence from a trip to Tennessee on Saturday evening, March 1st. Mr. Perry is a teacher at Cherokee Elementary School in Cedartown.

A family member last spoke to Perry at approximately 11 pm Saturday. Police believe that Perry was in the area of Priceville, AL at the time of that conversation.

According to information obtained directly from the police department, Perry is described as a black male with a medium complexion, 61 years of age, height 6'2" and weighing approximately 210 lbs. Perry has black hair and brown eyes.

Perry is driving a white 2006 Ford F-150 with Alabama tag number 11B35T5 and is familiar with the route that he would be driving to get back to Piedmont.

The post stated, "We are concerned that he may have had some type of medical episode and became confused as to his whereabouts."

Anyone with information regarding this investigation is urged to contact the Piedmont Police Department at 256-447-9091.

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