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Kenneth Lowe Missing Since Saturday, Search Continues In Spartanburg Co.

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Officials are asking for your help finding Kenneth Chad Lowe, who is missing from Spartanburg County. Deputies say Lowe was last seen on January 4 when he left work. Officials are asking for your help finding Kenneth Chad Lowe, who is missing from Spartanburg County. Deputies say Lowe was last seen on January 4 when he left work.
He may be driving a grey 2011 Toyota Corolla 4-door with South Carolina tag IVF 956. He may be driving a grey 2011 Toyota Corolla 4-door with South Carolina tag IVF 956.
SPARTANBURG COUNTY, S.C. -

Officials continue to ask for your help finding Kenneth Chad Lowe, who has been missing from Spartanburg County for several days.

Deputies say Lowe was last seen on January 4 when he left work.

The kitchen window was open and the stove was left on when his family showed up at his home Carolina Oaks Drive in Chesnee. Lowe’s vehicle was not at the home either.

Investigators say Lowe has a medical condition and needs medication. His family believes he may be experiencing some mental confusion and they’re worried about his safety due to the cold temperatures and prolonged exposure.

Lowe is described as a 40-year-old white male.

He may be driving a grey 2011 Toyota Corolla 4-door with South Carolina tag IVF 956.

If you have any information of his whereabouts, call CrimeStoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.

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