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Metro Family Search For Man Last Seen On Christmas Eve

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A metro family and police are asking for help in finding a 55-year-old man who disappeared on Christmas Eve. A metro family and police are asking for help in finding a 55-year-old man who disappeared on Christmas Eve.
DEL CITY, Oklahoma -

A metro family and police are asking for help in finding a 55-year-old man who disappeared on Christmas Eve. 

Don McEntire was last seen by a family member on Christmas Eve. 

McEntire and his twin brother Ron graduated in 1979 from Midwest City High School. 

The twin brothers have worked construction together for the past 35 years. 

Ron McEntire said his brother parked his silver Ford pickup in Don’s driveway near SE 44 Street and Sooner Road early on Christmas Eve. 

Ron McEntire said his brother left his keys on the center console of the pickup, then walked away. 

Arron Tindell is one of Don McEntire’s best friends and he said this doesn’t make sense.

“We don’t know. How a person walks off and disappears, we just don’t know,” he said.  

Del City police Maj. Jody Suit said detectives are gathering information on this case.

Anyone with information concerning Don McEntire's whereabouts can call Del City police at (405) 677-2443.

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