Murfreesboro, TN - Another missing person report has been filed in Murfreesboro. 29-Year-old Anthony Simonte-Gafford was reported as missing by a family member on March 17th.
A family member told police they last spoke to Simonte-Gafford on February 9, 2023. As we near the 30-day mark since the young man has been missing, police tell WGNS that the 29-year-old has several medical issues and has not been taking his medicine.
The subject has been entered into the National Crime & Information Center (NCIC) database as a missing person. Police ask, “If you know where he can be located, please notify Detective David Miller with the Murfreesboro Police Department Criminal Investigations Division at (629)201-5662.”
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