STANVILLE, Ky. (WYMT) - A Floyd County man who was missing for two days has been found.
We told you about 47-year-old Norman Hunter who was last seen in the Stanville community on Tuesday.
His brother told Mountain News Hunter has multiple medical problems.
We are told he was found in a hospital.
STANVILLE, Ky. (WYMT) - The search continues for a missing Floyd County man.
47-year-old Norman Hunter disappeared Tuesday afternoon.
"We're all worried about him you know if anybody knows where he's at we just want to know where he's at," said Jeff Hunter, Norman Hunter's brother.
Norman Hunter was last seen at the Cardinal Mart in the Stanville community of Floyd County.
"A girl he went to school with was there and she talked to him, and you know a few other ones talked to him and everything and that was the last they seen of him," said Jeff Hunter.
His family says Hunter walked nearly two miles to get there which is strange because he hardly left his trailer.
They also say he is in poor health, and all his medication is still at his home.
"If he's at the hospital or whatever you know someone needs to let us know where he's at you know as long as he's safe," said Jeff Hunter.
For now there are many questions but no answers.
"We'd just like him to come home and be safe," said Jeff Hunter.
Meanwhile his family hopes and prays for a safe return.
Anyone who sees Hunter can call KSP Post 9 at (606) 433-7711.
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