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Body Of Missing Anderson County Man Found In Woods

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The body of missing man from Anderson County was found in a wooded area late Thursday afternoon. The body of missing man from Anderson County was found in a wooded area late Thursday afternoon.
The body of missing man from Anderson County was found in a wooded area late Thursday afternoon. The body of missing man from Anderson County was found in a wooded area late Thursday afternoon.

Body Found During Search For Anderson Co. Missing Man - August 8, 2013

The body of missing man from Anderson County was found in a wooded area late Thursday afternoon.

Searchers found the body of 50-year-old Shannon Ray Poole in the woods along Airline Road near Iva. Poole, from Belton, was reported missing by family members after he had not been seen or heard from since Saturday.

Deputies found Poole's vehicle at a friend's house. He was last seen walking on Airline Road around 6 p.m. on Saturday and authorities and family members were concerned because he was suffering from kidney failure and needed medication.

An autopsy will be performed Friday at AnMed Health Medical Center, Anderson County Coroner Greg Shore said.

Missing Man With Medical Issues Reported In Anderson Co. - August 7, 2013

Officials in Anderson County are asking for your help finding a missing man who has medical issues.

Investigators say Shannon Ray Poole, 50, of 200 Haynie Mill Road in Belton was last seen on Airline Road in Iva around 6 p.m. Saturday.

He was seen wearing a purple short sleeve t-shirt and blue jeans when he was at a friend's house. When the friend came back from a quick trip to the store, Poole was gone, but his vehicle was still there.

Family and friends say Poole hasn't been seen or heard from since.

Poole suffers from kidney failure and requires medication and dialysis.

If you have any information, call Crimestoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.

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