James Noble, missing from Georgetown Ohio.
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GEORGETOWN, Ohio -- The Brown County Sheriff's Office are searching for a missing 49-year-old man.

James F. Noble was last seen on November 21 walking on Chaffin Road.

Noble was reported to have been wearing a gray Dallas Cowboys hooded sweatshirt, black jeans and a black hat.

Noble is originally from Kentucky but has now lived in Brown County for 19 years. 

Police have searched the area and have no leads.

If anyone has information on Noble's whereabouts, contact Detective Sgt. Moore at 937-378-4435 ext. 125.

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