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Silver Alert issued for missing Cleburne County man

Michael T. Kroell Sr. (Source: Heber Springs Police Department) Michael T. Kroell Sr. (Source: Heber Springs Police Department)

HEBER SPRINGS, AR (KAIT) – The Heber Springs Police Department, along with Arkansas State Police have issued a Silver Alert for Michael T. Kroell Sr.

According to the Arkansas State Police, 66-year-old Michael Kroell Sr. was last known to be at 101 Mossey Oak Lane in Heber Springs around 2pm. He was last seen wearing bib overalls, plaid navy blue shirt and a white cowboy hat.

Police think Kroell left his home in an unknown vehicle with one or more unknown persons, and may be headed to Oklahoma.

Kroell is a white male, 6 foot 2inches tall, 245 pounds, brown eyes, with straight gray hair.

If you know the whereabouts of Kroell, you're asked to contact the Heber Springs Police Department at 501-362-8291.

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