Officials: Missing McLoud man captured on trail camera in Mayes County

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MCLOUD, Okla. – Another Oklahoma law enforcement agency is getting involved two weeks after an Oklahoma man disappeared.

Earlier this month, the McLoud Police Department issued a silver alert for 75-years-old Wesley Still Smoking.

Family members say Still Smoking was last seen in the area on surveillance video at the Kickapoo Casino on Thursday, Oct. 11 around 10:30 a.m.

A short time later, the silver alert was issued.

However, officials believe that Still Smoking may be miles away from McLoud.

On Tuesday, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol said that members Troop O were en route to Mayes County with a helicopter to help search for him.

On Oct. 29, the Mayes County Sheriff’s office learned that Still Smoking was captured on a trail camera in the area on Oct. 12. Mayes County officials have conducted a thorough ground and air search, but have not been able to find Still Smoking.

Now, officials say OHP will use a Cessna 182 Skylane and a Bell OH-58 Kiowa Helicopter in the search.

Still Smoking may be in a gray, 2014 Dodge Journey. Police say the vehicle has a temporary tag with a possible date of 10/06/2018.

If you have any information on his whereabouts, call police.

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