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Authorities search for 59-year-old man

MONTROSE, Minn. - Authorities are asking for help finding a 59-year-old Montrose man reported missing June 29 by his family after he did not show up for his mother's 95th birthday in Minot, N.D., in mid-June.

MONTROSE, Minn. - Authorities are asking for help finding a 59-year-old Montrose man reported missing June 29 by his family after he did not show up for his mother's 95th birthday in Minot, N.D., in mid-June.

He drives a red 2000 Honda Civic with a Minnesota license plate reading UYM 483.He has paid rent on his Montrose apartment through July.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Wright County Sheriff's Department at (763) 684-4530 or (763) 682-7800.

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