UPDATE: Authorities find Aberdeen man who disappeared early Friday
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The Bingham County Sheriff’s office reports Fretwell has been located. Details about where he was found and his current condition was not released.
They would like to thank the community for their assistance. For questions or further information, call the Sheriff’s Office at (208) 785-1234.
ABERDEEN – An Aberdeen man has been missing for at least a day and authorities want your help locating him.
Roger Fretwell, 71, was last seen leaving his house sometime between 10 p.m. Thursday night and 3:30 a.m. Friday morning.
A news release from the Bingham County Sheriff’s Office indicates Fretwell and his wife had recently moved to Aberdeen from American Falls.
“He left no word he was leaving or destination plans. He left behind his cell phone, eyeglasses, and cash. He is believed to be in his red 1990 Toyota pickup with Idaho license plate 2P39368,” the news release says.
Rogers has limited mobility tied to recent surgeries and suffers from deteriorating eyesight. He is 5 foot 10, 270 pounds and has white hair and brown eyes. Family members say he could be wearing Carhartt bib overalls with a red or green shirt.
If you see him or know where he might be, call Bingham County Sheriff’s Office at (208) 785-1234 or 911.