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Rocky Wilson goes missing from Tennessee; car found with groceries in it FOUND

December 13, 2018 – Authorities have located Rocky Wilson’s body in a wooded area near Beech Lake on Wednesday, according to Capt. Tracey Grisham.  They searched for days before finding him.  The location was about a mile from where the car was found.  No foul play is suspected.

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Rocky Wilson is missing from Lexington, Tennessee.  He had gone to the grocery store on Saturday, December 8, 2018.  He never returned.  His car was found on Black Bottom Road near Beech Lake with the groceries still in the car.  

“This past Saturday Rocky Wilson and his girlfriend went shopping in town,” the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office stated. “They went to Wal-Mart, the grocery store, the pharmacy and then he dropped her off at work before going back home with the groceries.”

Rocky has anxiety from a car accident years ago and is known to take off, but has never been gone this long. 

Wilson was wearing a green Carhart jacket with a white t-shirt that had gray graphics with blue jeans, a dark-colored hat with a white logo on the front and brown Wolverine slip-on work boots.

Authorities have been searching for Wilson around the area that the car was found, but so far nothing.  If you have any information about Wilson’s location, please contact the Henderson County Sheriff’s Department. Anyone with information is urged to call the sheriff’s department at 731-968-2407.

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