BEAVER COUNTY, Oklahoma (KVII) — A missing Beaver County man with dementia disappeared while searching for his lost dog.
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The Beaver County Sheriff’s Office said Jack Fisher Morrison, 83, went out searching for his lost dog on Sunday. But he never made it back home.
Around 5:15 p.m., Morrison’s truck was spotted by security cameras at Ozzie’s Convenience Store heading south.
He was then seen north of Booker, Texas, passing Fronk Oil Company around 6 p.m.
A few minutes later, the truck was spotted by a camera at the Dollar General in Booker.
He was heading south on Highway 23.
Morrison is diabetic, has COPD and is on oxygen.
His last dose of insulin was at 1 p.m. Sunday.
It is unknown how much oxygen was in his tank when he went missing.
Morrison is 5’11”, 150 lbs., with brown eyes and gray receding hair.
He’s driving a maroon, 2001 Dodge Dakota super cab with a white tool box and Oklahoma license plates HAB 261.
Morrison was last seen wearing a gray hoodie, white t-shirt, navy blue sweat pants, and moccasins.
If you see Morrison or his pickup, call the Beaver County Sheriff’s Office at 580-625-4549.