The Brent Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating a missing man who previously lived in Maplesville.
The Brent Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating a missing man who previously lived in Maplesville.

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Missing Bibb County man has ties to Chilton County

Published 3:27pm Wednesday, April 2, 2014

The Brent Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing man who previously lived in Maplesville.

Bobby Seales, 40, went missing March 28 in Brent, between 8 and 9 a.m., according to Brent Police Chief Terry Nichols.

“Bobby left home and said he was going to go get gas to fill up his car, and he never returned,” Nichols said. “His wife reported him missing at about 6 p.m. on Friday and we are asking for anyone who might have seen him to contact us. We currently have no leads as to where he might be at this time.”

Nichols said Seales was last seen wearing a gray Nike Dri-FIT shirt and was driving a silver 2004 Toyota Tacoma extended cab pickup truck.

The truck is four-wheel drive with an Alabama tag number 7A57C93.

Nichols said there is a Hoyt hunting sticker located on the rear window of the truck.

Nichols said Seales has hazel eyes, blonde hair and is between 5’8”-5’11” in height.

Seales is married to Misty Seales, and Nichols said the couple has three children.

The family lived in the Maplesville area for a short time in 2008, according to Nichols.

“Right now we are just trying to get the word out to anyone who might know Bobby or have seen him recently to please let us know,” Nichols said. “We have people posting his picture on Facebook, and his friends and family are going around different places trying to look for him. We have also asked anyone in law enforcement to keep an eye out for his vehicle. If anyone sees the vehicle with the matching tag number, they need to let us know.”

Brent is a city in Bibb County with a population of about 5,000 people.

Nichols said they are searching throughout Bibb County as well as surrounding counties to locate Seales.

If anyone has information about Seales, call (205) 926-3129.

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