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Posted: 7:56 a.m. Thursday, June 28, 2012
FAYETTE COUNTY, Pa. —
Volunteers have been trying to help the family of a missing Georges Township man bring their loved one home.
Emergency workers will resume their search for Rodney Lincoln in Fayette County Thursday.
Lincoln's wife said her husband was behaving strangely before he disappeared on Monday from their Rose Drive home.
Crews spent most of Wednesday canvassing the area for any signs of the man. Family members said Lincoln suffers from epilepsy.
Melinda Lincoln said her husband woke up Monday screaming that someone was after him and he took off.
"He would never leave us. We're his family. He loved his family and us," Melinda Lincoln said.
Emergency officials said Lincoln was disoriented and may have had a seizure.
"We certainly feel that he's still alive. We certainly feel that he is within the area, possibly may be laid out somewhere," said Luke Burley of the Smithfield Township Fire Department.
Investigators said when Lincoln left home he was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, jeans and a baseball cap.
Anyone with information on Lincoln's whereabouts is asked to contact police.
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