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GOSHEN, Utah County — Authorities have located a truck they say belongs to a Goshen man who was reported missing on Monday evening.
Edward Dale Reynolds, 68, remains missing as of Tuesday afternoon, according to Utah County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Spencer Cannon.
Reynolds was last seen about 4 p.m. May 16 leaving his Goshen home. He left alone in his white 1986 Dodge D-150 pickup heading east, officials said.
Authorities found Reynolds’s truck Tuesday about 7 miles south of Elberta in a remote part of southwest Utah County, Cannon said in a tweet.
Utah County Search and Rescue officials, including horse riders, canines and aircraft, are searching for Reynolds, Cannon said.
Reynolds’ family members reported him missing May 19, officials said. He suffers from memory loss and did not take several of his prescriptions when he left.
Anyone with information about Reynolds or his whereabouts is asked to call central Utah 911 at 801-794-3970.