UPDATE: The man was found safe Oct. 9 walking in a field at Bokoshe, Okla.
Relatives said a man who has been missing for a week have been told he has been seen in the Houston area.
Roy Adam Albin, 70, disappeared Oct. 2 from Bolivar. Relatives say he may have been seen Oct. 5 at a yard sale event sponsored by the Houston Area Chamber of Commerce. His vehicle was found Oct. 6 in Bokoshe, Okla., but it is thought it had been there for a while.
A release said Albin is 5’11” tall, weighs 175 pounds and has thinning gray hair and blue eyes. Albin also has a gray beard, the release said. He was last seen wearing an NRA baseball cap, a white button-up shirt with stripes, blue jeans and boots.
Albin became depressed after learning of his deteriorating health condition and left his residence on Oct. 2 when his wife left for a few hours, the release said.
The release said Albin suffers from depression, high blood pressure, heart problems and narrowing of the vascular veins in his brain. He does not have his medications.
Anyone seeing him is asked to contact Andy Albin at 417-298-1692, Elizabeth Albin at 417-399-4262 or the Polk County Sheriff’s Department at 417-777-9020.