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Police Still Looking for Missing Sparks Man

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Sparks Police are still asking for the public's help finding a man who has been missing since September.
56-year-old Anthony Gutierrez was last seen by family members on September 16th. 
Family members last spoke with Gutierrez over the phone when he told them he was walking by the river.
If you have any information that can help authorities, contact the Sparks Police at (775)353-2231. 
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