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Search Continues For A Missing 71 Year Old OKC Man

Oklahoma authorities are still looking for a 71 year old man who went missing on May 24.

On June 23 at 11:15 am, Abraham Soto's 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse was recovered on private property in Oklahoma City.

The property is gated and locked and marked "No Trespassing". Someone cut the lock and entered the property.

The car was found on the side of a gravel road in a heavily wooded area near the South Canadian River and was reported as abandoned by someone to OKC PD.

The vehicle had been stripped and possibly vandalized. There were no signs of Mr. Soto.

Police say they have not received any tips about Mr. Soto's whereabouts. If you have any information, you are asked to call 1-877-329-5800.

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