TULSA, Okla. — The Tulsa County Sheriff's Office said the car two missing men were last seen in has been found Thursday morning in Mohawk Park.
The sheriff's office issued a Silver Alert on Tuesday for 76-year-old Jack Grimes. They're also looking for his friend 59-year-old Dwayne Selby. They were driving Grimes's 2001 maroon 4-door Ford Taurus with Oklahoma tag ETW-614.
The two friends were last seen Friday heading to a horse show in Texas, but were supposed to be back in Turley on Monday.
Deputies started searching for the two men in Mohawk Park around 4:30 Thursday morning after finding the car abandoned in the park.
The sheriff's office says they deployed their tactical tracking unit to search the park with their K9. They haven’t found signs of either man.
There were several stickers from park security on the car so they’re trying to put together a timeline for how long the car has been there.
On Wednesday, family members said the two men were seen eating at a cafe in Purcell around 6:30 Friday night.
The sheriff's office says they contacted the restaurant which did not corroborate the same information about the two men visiting Friday night.
Family members say Selby's mother, 80-year-old Glenda Parton went to search for her son in Turley on Monday night and hasn't been seen since.
The Pryor Creek Police Department issued a Silver Alert for Parton.
Deputies say her car, a red Kia Rio, was found on the side of Highway 75 near 56th Street North on Tuesday afternoon.
The sheriff's office announced Wednesday afternoon that they were looking for a "person of interest" in the case.
They released a photo of a man Parton was with at a local business Monday evening before she went missing. The man pictured has dark hair and was wearing a camo baseball cap, gray jacket, blue jeans and dark-colored shoes.
Thursday afternoon, the sheriff's office says they identified and questioned the person of interest. He was not arrested.
Anyone with information on any of these missing person cases is asked to call the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office at 918-596-5600.
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