San Tan Valley man missing - Tucson News Now

San Tan Valley man missing

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Pinal County Sheriff's Office is searching for a missing man from San Tan Valley.

Police say Johnny Stokes, 64, left his home to find day work on Monday morning and did not return.

His wife called the sheriff's office but deputies could not locate him or his vehicle.

Stokes is a reported insulin-dependent diabetic and has other related health issues.

Stokes was last seen in blue Dickie pants, a white T-shirt and black shoes. His 2004 silver Hyundai has an Arizona Veteran license plate reading 2R144.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call the Pinal County Sheriff's Office non-emergency line at (800) 420-8689.

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