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Nancy Sparkman has spent the last two weeks looking for her father. But until Wednesday, she had no idea what happened to him after he left his Floyd county home. But now she says surveillance video proves he made it at least to London.
“He was going into the store. Going up to the counter to the cash register to pay for his gas. And then he turned around and left,” says Sparkman.
The surveillance video, taken just before 9 p.m. on May 15th at the London McDonalds/Chevron Food Mart, shows a man in a purple shirt going up the register. Sparkman says her father has a purple shirt and mannerisms matching that of the man in the video.
“Now we have a starting point to where we can start looking for him,” she says.
But just where her father is... between London...and her home in Somerset....is not clear.
“I really don't know. We just want answers of what happened. We just really want to know if he's still alive....or deceased,” says Sparkman.
Sparkman drives a black S-10 pickup. He's 62 years old but his daughter says he's still in good health.
“I don't know what happened. There's a lot of stuff that runs through your mind of possible chances of what could have happened. We just want to know where he's at so we can bring him home.”