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Atoka pharmacist missing for weeks found alive

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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Authorities say an Atoka pharmacist who hasn't been seen for more than six weeks was found alive in a state park 20 miles from his home.

A McGee Creek State Park ranger spotted Coy Marlow late Saturday afternoon and asked the 61-year-old who he was.

Park Manager Steve Cain says Marlow was sitting in his pickup truck, looking at a road map when the ranger approached him. Cain says as they visited with each other, the ranger recognized Marlow.

The pharmacist disappeared nearly six weeks ago with his pickup and about $2,500 cash.

Atoka County sheriff's Deputy Troy Binnebose says Marlow has spent most of the past month and a half in the Poteau and Fort Smith, Arkansas, areas.
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