CRITICAL #MISSING: Reginald Short, 39 - Phenix City, ALABAMA (has head injury due to moving into a new home and items falling - refused medical treatment - has large bump and was disoriented)

Police are looking for a man they say went missing after he was hit on the head while moving.
Officers in Phenix City say 39-year-old Reginald Short was moving into a new home near in the 200 block of 12th Avenue last Friday when some items fell on his head.  Family members told police that Short had a large bump on his head and was disoriented.  Officers say Short refused medical treatment.
His family says they haven't seen him in three days since the incident.
Short is 5'9'' and weighs about 150 lbs.  He was last seen wearing a red shirt, black jeans, white tennis shoes, and possibly has a scar on his eye.
If you think you've seen Short, please contact Phenix City Police at (334) 298-0611.
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