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Missing Jonesboro man found safe in Missouri

Howard Clark (Source: Jonesboro E911) Howard Clark (Source: Jonesboro E911)
A recent photo of Howard Clark (Source: Clark Family) A recent photo of Howard Clark (Source: Clark Family)
JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -

A Jonesboro man who was reported missing has been found safe.

According to Jonesboro police, Howard Clark, 63, was found walking along a highway in Sikeston Monday evening.

A Silver Alert was issued for Clark earlier in the day. 

He had been last seen leaving his home on Sunday morning, heading to Clara, MS.

Clark left without his cell phone, said Jeff Presley, E911 director, and without telling his family in Jonesboro. 

He did, however, call his sister in Mississippi before he left to say he was on his way.

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