Jessica Girard is asking the public for help finding her father, Raleigh D. "R.D." Heskett, who went missing Sunday night.
Thursday Girard released a statement on behalf of her family.
"My dad, Raleigh D. Heskett, otherwise known as R.D., was last seen by our family the evening of Sunday, July 14th at 11:15 at his home. At that time, he had suffered a wound to his left forearm. The nature of the wound is currently unknown but it is severe. At 9 p.m. Sunday evening, he was seen on-camera in the BP gas station located in Beto Junction and his 2002 GMC full sized van, brown in color, was again seen fueling at the same BP gas station in Beto Junction at 12:27 a.m. My dad suffers from severe rheumatoid arthritis and he has been without his medication for four days. We are asking everyone to keep a watch out for R.D. and his van. If you are able, please print the silver alert and hand it out to everyone and anyone. If you see my dad or his van, do not approach them, contact your local authorities immediately. In the meantime, we are asking the public and the media to respect our family's privacy, keep your attention on finding my dad."
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