CLAY COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - Your help is needed in finding a local man.
David Schroeder, 56, from Clay County, Indiana was last seen just before 12:30 Friday afternoon at First Financial Bank, located at Sixth and Wabash in downtown Terre Haute.
Schroeder was last known to be headed to his house located at State Road 340 and County Road 500 West in Clay County near the Clay/Vigo County line.
Cell phone contact has been lost.
He is believed to be in danger due to a heart condition, confirmed by his doctor.
Mr. Schroeder is a diabetic and his family does not know if he was carrying his medicine with him.
David Schroeder is approximately 5'10" tall, 212 pounds, with salt pepper hair and a short pony tail.
He drives a green, 2004 extra cab pickup with the Indiana license plate: IN 1271275.
If you have any information on Schroeder's whereabouts, you're asked to call local police.
*Information obtained through the assistance of Indiana State Police Cpl. Mike Capicik
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