HAWKINS COUNTY, Tenn. - Hawkins County deputies are searching for a missing man who they say could be endangered.
64-year-old Kenneth Ramsey was last seen on November 15. Ramsey is handicapped and takes various medications.
His family tells us they went to check on him after no one could get in touch with him. They discovered Ramsey's front door unlocked and everything he needs, like his medication, arm sling and cane, inside.
"He left his medicine that he has to have. His vehicle is here. His arm cast is here that he has to wear. His canes are here, everything that would lead us to believe that he would not leave on his own," says Dawn Trivette, Ramsey's daughter-in-law.
His family fears the worst. "I hate to even give a thought to something bad happening, but it sure seems like something bad happened," says Michael Ramsey, the nephew of Kenneth Ramsey.
Deputies say right now, they don't have any evidence that the disappearance is foul play.
If you have any information, call the Hawkins County Sheriff's Office.
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