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McClain County Man Reported Missing And In Danger

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Bill Dwayne Shipley Bill Dwayne Shipley

Deanne Stein,

GOLDSBY, Oklahoma -- The McClain County Sheriff's Office is searching for missing man.

Bill Dwayne Shipley, 47, of Goldsby was seen on July 19 in the Norman/Goldsby area. Shipley is 5'9" tall, weighs 190 pounds, has blue eyes, and brown hair.

Two of his vehicles are also missing:
-- 2002 Chevy S10 Extended Cab 4X4, deep red in color, OK license tag number FSH 262
-- 1988 Jeep Comanche Pickup Truck, deep red in color, OK license tag of LBD 638, with a ladder rack and aluminum tool box in the bed

Law enforcement considers Shipley missing and endangered. Shipley often went out of town for work, which is why he was not reported missing for several weeks. He was a painter by trade.

If anyone has information as to Shipley's whereabouts or the two listed vehicles, please call either the McClain County Sheriff's Office at 580-527-4600 or the OSBI at 1-800-522-8017.

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