INDIANAPOLIS - Police are still looking for a Greenfield man who might be in danger.
Jody Eugene Scroggins, 56, was last heard from on the night of June 23. He lives at the Philly Estates Mobile Home Park at 3303 W. US 40 in Greenfield.
Police said Scroggins is legally blind and has been treated for seizures in the past.
Family members said they went to Scroggins' home on the morning of June 24 and found his front door standing open with the air conditioner running. His personal items and his shoes were still at the home.
Police later issued a Silver Alert for the missing man. Investigators have received one tip in the case.
There is no clothing description available, but police said Scroggins is a white male who is 6 feet tall and weighs 180 pounds. He has brown shoulder-length hair and brown eyes.
Bloodhounds tracked Scroggins' scent to the Sugar Creek Fire Station, but the trail was cold after that.
If anyone has information as to the whereabouts of Jody Scroggins, they are asked to call the Hancock County Sheriff’s Department. Dispatch: 317-477-1144 or Investigations 317-477-1199
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