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Missing Adamsville man last seen with guitar, walking on I-65 Monday

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Authorities in Adamsville need help to find a missing man who is in need of his medication.

The Adamsville Police Department reports Dennis Brantley Branham, 20, was reported missing from that city around 11 p.m. Saturday.

Branham had his guitar, and was wearing blue jeans, a maroon Bass Pro Shop jacket, and beige cap. He was last seen at Love’s Truck Shop in Jasper, and was seen leaving in a car, possibly heading to Nashville.

The APD reports they did receive a tip that Branham may have been spotted on I-65 near the Blount Springs exit. Branham was on foot and walking north with a guitar and small back pack.

If you see him, contact Detective Rick Whitfield of the Adamsville Police Department at 205-674-5671.
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