#MISSING: Robert Wayne Pippin, 55 - Scottsville, VIRGINIA (needs medication - most likely to get confused and disoriented - driving a cream 1997 Ford Ranger with plate that reads "GASMAN2")

Albemarle County Police officers and local volunteers are searching tirelessly for 55-year-old Robert Wayne Pippin of Scottsville.
Pippin was last seen running an errand in Ruckersville on the night of Sunday, May 31. His wife called the police when he didn't return home the next morning.
Family members say Pippin desperately needs his medications, and he is most likely confused and disoriented.
Sightings of Pippin's cream-colored 1997 Ford Ranger have been reported all over central Virginia this week.
County police are using a helicopter from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to try to locate Pippin, while people on the ground position themselves at all major intersections.
Friday afternoon, volunteers met at the Greene County Administrative Building to strategize their next move.
"What we're doing right now we're placing volunteers in stationary locations, because we're moving and it's a moving target. So, we're trying to hope that by placing people around Charlottesville and Albemarle and then around Greene County, somebody is going to spot him driving by," said Andy Wynham, a family friend.
People are asked to look out for Pippin's license plate which, reads "GASMAN2."
Anyone who thinks they've spotted Pippin's truck, should call 911 immediately.
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