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Search continues for missing Reynolds County couple

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Authorities ask the public to keep an eye out for a 1993 Chevy Blazer with Missouri plates of YF2J1M. Authorities ask the public to keep an eye out for a 1993 Chevy Blazer with Missouri plates of YF2J1M.
Authorities are searching for 54-year-old William Talley and 47-year-old Jordy Wagner. (Source: Reynolds County SO) Authorities are searching for 54-year-old William Talley and 47-year-old Jordy Wagner. (Source: Reynolds County SO)
They were last seen at a Piedmont bank just a few miles from their home in the Bluffview area They were last seen at a Piedmont bank just a few miles from their home in the Bluffview area
The couple has been listed as missing since February 1, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. The couple has been listed as missing since February 1, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
heriff Volner says his department along with Wayne County and the highway patrol searched a area near Highway A this weekend and did not come up with anything. heriff Volner says his department along with Wayne County and the highway patrol searched a area near Highway A this weekend and did not come up with anything.
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REYNOLDS COUNTY, MO (KFVS) - The search continues for a missing couple from Reynolds County, Missouri.

Authorities are searching for 54-year-old William Talley and 47-year-old Jordy Wagner.

They were last seen at a Piedmont bank just a few miles from their home in the Bluffview area of Reynolds County. According to the Sheriff Tom Volner, relatives started to worry when they went to check on them and only found their pets and no heat on in their home.

The couple has been listed as missing since February 1, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

Authorities ask the public to keep an eye out for a 1993 Chevy Blazer with Missouri plates of YF2J1M. Sheriff Volner says his department along with Wayne County and the highway patrol searched a area near Highway A this weekend and did not come up with anything.

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