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Authorities search for missing Navarro County man

(Source: Navarro County Office of Emergency Management/Twitter) (Source: Navarro County Office of Emergency Management/Twitter)
(Source: Navarro County Office of Emergency Management/Facebook) (Source: Navarro County Office of Emergency Management/Facebook)
(Source: Navarro County Office of Emergency Management/Facebook) (Source: Navarro County Office of Emergency Management/Facebook)
NAVARRO COUNTY, TX (KXXV) -

The Navarro County Office of Emergency Management is searching just west of Dawson for a possible missing person. 

According to a Facebook post, a search is underway for Timothy "Tim" Wylie, who was last seen on at 12:20 a.m. on Mar. 5. 

According to Navarro County OEM, Wylie is 5 foot 7 inches and weights 150 pounds. He was last seen near 100 NW C.R. 3175 near Dawson. 

The Navarro County Sheriff's Office personnel are utilizing drones and search dogs. 

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