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Police searching for Buckhannon man who has reportedly been missing since Jan. 16

BUCKHANNON – A Buckhannon man has not been seen since Jan. 16.

Chris Cochran was reported missing by his sister to local law enforcement. Buckhannon Police Chief Matt Gregory said Cochran was last seen at St. Joseph’s Hospital, wearing black sweatpants, a hat, a green jacket and an unknown-colored shirt underneath.

Cochran is approximately six feet tall, 250 pounds and has brown eyes and hair.

“If anybody has information on his whereabouts or any information that would be helpful in finding him, they can report it to the Buckhannon Police Department or our tip lines,” Gregory said.

Gregory said he has been known to live in Lewis County with his current girlfriend.

Anyone with any information may contact the Buckhannon Police Department via this link or the Upshur County Sheriff’s Office by calling 304-472-1182.

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