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Carthage Police need help finding a missing man

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Carthage Police are currently searching for 42 year-old Michael Lee Dorough who was last seen late Saturday night at the Tiger Stop Convenience Store in Tenaha, Texas.

According to the Carthage Police Department, Dorough was last seen wearing a brown hoodie with blue jeans and was driving a 2000 I30 silver Infiniti with a Texas license plate CFZ-3357.

Anyone with information on Dorough's whereabouts is asked to call the Carthage Police Department at 903-693-3866.

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