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ETX man found after missing for 2 months

FOUND: Authorities say 54-year-old Daniel Leroy Knox, of Harrison County, Texas, was found after missing for 2 months. (Source: Harrison County, Texas, Sheriff's Office) FOUND: Authorities say 54-year-old Daniel Leroy Knox, of Harrison County, Texas, was found after missing for 2 months. (Source: Harrison County, Texas, Sheriff's Office)
HARRISON CO., TX (KSLA) -

An East Texas man has been found after police say he was missing for two months.

Harrison County, Texas, authorities say 54-year-old Daniel Leroy Knox was reported missing May 17.

Deputies say he was found in Overton, TX and is well and living in Gregg County.

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