Jerry Rainwater

    Officials are seeking information about a  Wayne County man who has been missing since late June.

    Wayne County Sheriff Tim Catron issued a statement last week 
regarding the search for Jerry D. Rainwater, 67, who was last seen on 
June 29. At that time he was leaving his residence at 3573 West 
Kentucky 90 in Monticello.
    Catron said Rainwater left at approximately 9:15 a.m. and was 
possibly driving a Dodge Town and Country silver minivan. It has been 
indicated that Rainwater was either going to the Veteran's 
Administration Hospital in Lexington or possibly to the Georgia-
Florida state line to buy a recreation type vehicle.
    There are reports that he had a considerable amount of cash on him 
at the time.
    Catron's office has received reports that Rainwater was seen on July 
2 in Monticello, but that information could not be substantiated. 
Sheriff's deputies have talked with two men that they were looking to 
talk with about Rainwater, and Catron stated that the two men were 
not suspects.
    Rainwater is described as 5'5, 130 lbs., with brown eyes and 
partially gray hair. He walks with a limp and sometimes uses a 
walking cane.
    Catron stated that no evidence of foul play has been found in 
Rainwater's disappearance. However, his cell phone has not been used 
and there have been no bank withdrawals or credit card use since his 
disappearance.
    Anyone with information should contact the sheriff's office at (606) 348-5416 or any law enforcement agency.

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