DeSoto Parish man goes missing, needs medication

DeSoto Parish man goes missing

(KSLA) - A DeSoto Parish man has been missing for almost a week and needs medication.

So the DeSoto Parish Sheriff's Office is asking the public to help find Michael Langford.

The 39-year-old's family reported him as missing Wednesday from the Stonewall area.

He was last seen riding a black bicycle with a large padded seat and basket on the front.

Detectives have determined that Langford used his debit card July 4 at Family Dollar in DeKalb, Texas.

The manager of that store identified him and confirmed for authorities his intentions of moving to Texarkana, Texas.

Langford has had a brain aneurysm and needs medication, authorities said.

He also suffers from manic depression and is not considered a danger to others.

Langford stands about 6 feet tall, weighs 190 pounds and has blue eyes and brown hair with varying hairstyles.

He last was seen riding a black bicycle with a basket on the front and a large padded seat.

Authorities urge anyone with any information about Langford to call DeSoto sheriff's Lt. Brett Cooper at (318) 872-3956.

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