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Many PD seeking information on missing man

Thomas "Tommy" Drake, 35, hasn't been seen in more than 2 weeks (Source: Many Police Department) Thomas "Tommy" Drake, 35, hasn't been seen in more than 2 weeks (Source: Many Police Department)
Many PD says they don't believe there is foul play involved in Drake's disappearance, but want to make sure he is okay. (Source: Many Police Department) Many PD says they don't believe there is foul play involved in Drake's disappearance, but want to make sure he is okay. (Source: Many Police Department)
MANY, LA (KSLA) -

Police in Many have put the word out asking for information on a local man who hasn't been seen for more than 2 weeks.

According to Many PD Chief Detective Tracy McCormick, 35-year-old Thomas "Tommy" Drake was last seen around October 29 by his brother, and hasn't been heard from since he spoke with his mother on the phone a few days later.

While police say they do not have any reason to believe Drake is in danger or any foul play is involved, they say they do want to make sure he is okay and get him in touch with his family.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Tommy Drake can contact the Many Police Dept. at 315-256-5617.

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