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Police searching for missing Jacksonville man

Randal Roberson (Source: Jacksonville PD) Randal Roberson (Source: Jacksonville PD)
JACKSONVILLE, TX (KLTV) -

East Texas authorities are searching for a man who was last seen in Jacksonville.

Jacksonville police say 28-year-old Randal Rahushun Roberson was last seen around 5:30 p.m. Tuesday. Roberson left Jacksonville to meet someone in New Summerfield. He never arrived at that location and has never returned to his home.

Roberson's car, a white 1995 Mercury Cougar, was found abandoned Thursday in New Summerfield. He was not found in the area where the car was recovered. He has not been at work for the past two days. As of Thursday evening, it is unknown if any foul play is involved in his disappearance.

Roberson is 6'1" and weighs approximately 210 pounds. He is a white male with black hair and brown eyes. He has a Bentley emblem tattoo across his chest and "Donovan Ray" tattooed on the left side of his neck.

He was last seen wearing a black ball cap, a dark blue shirt, black pants, blue and black Nike Jordans and a silver necklace with a silver medallion on it.

Anyone with information regarding Roberson's whereabouts or with information regarding his disappearance is asked to contact Jacksonville PD at 903-586-2546. Information can also be submitted to Crimestoppers at 903-586-7867 or 866-586-7878.

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