LINCOLN COUNTY, N.C. - The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office said a missing Lincoln County man was found Wednesday.
Police are still searching for information connected to people believed to have the man's cellphone and credit or debit cards.
Glenn Ray Johnson, 42, was last seen Oct. 3 leaving his residence on Eaker Road.
Family members said he was walking to the Walmart in Cherryville. Detective Kelly Paris has confirmed that Johnson called a taxi after arriving at Walmart which transported him to the Greyhound Bus Station in Charlotte.
Officials are looking for information about two people of interest believed to be using Johnson's credit or bank debit card at ATMs in Charlotte. Another person is said to have Johnson's cellphone, according to police. Surveillance video shows the card was used at least two times on Oct. 21. The last transaction occurred at a McDonald's on Oct. 28. It was denied twice before being approved.
Police said the people were using a white extended-cab pickup truck with a large toy on the dash.
Deputies say missing Lincoln Co. man found Wednesday
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