Collegedale Man Has Been Missing For Over A Week

Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Edwin Smith
Edwin Smith

Authorities are searching for a Collegedale man who has been missing for over a week, and suffers from diabetes.

Edwin Harry Smith, 59, went missing from his Collegedale home on June 15. Authorities were notified over the weekend and have a Silver Alert for Mr. Smith. 

Mr. Smith is a diabetic with no medication and does suffer from depression.  During one of his last contact with friends on June 15, he stated he was going to Memphis and would return last Tuesday or Wednesday.  Mr. Smith’s family and friends have not heard from him in over a week.

Anyone with information regarding the location or whereabouts of Mr. Smith should contact the Collegedale Police Department at 423 396-3133.


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