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Written by Kye Parsons

Police Looking for Missing Princess Anne Man

Jacob Wesley Webster Jacob Wesley Webster

09/27/2006

PRINCESS ANNE, Md.- Police are looking for a Princess Anne man who was last seen nearly four months ago.

The Somerset Bureau of Investigation says that on Friday, Sept. 1, siblings of 66-year-old Jacob Wesley Webster reported that they had not seen their brother since June. The last known sighting of Webster was on Thursday, June 8, at the Veterans Administration in Cambridge, Md.

Webster is described as white, 5 foot 10, 185 pounds, gray hair and medium build. Police say that at this time foul play is not suspected in his disappearance.

Anyone with information concerning Webster's whereabouts is asked to call police at either (443) 260-3700 or (410) 651-9225.

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