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Auburn man missing, public help needed

Rick Kubes/Credit: KBI

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(KLZA)-- Public assistance is sought in helping to find a missing Auburn, Nebraska man.

66-year-old Rick Kubes was last seen in Clay Center, Kansas around 8:30 Sunday morning. Kubes was headed toward Auburn.

Kubes is a white man, with glasses, standing 5'10, 175 lbs. He has white hair, and a white mustache. He was last seen wearing a dark long sleeve shirt with a dark green windbreaker and blue jeans. He also had on a red and white ball cap.

Kubes was driving a silver Ford Ranger pickup with Nebraska license plate KUM-FISH on it.

The pickup has a black bug guard on the front and a Big Red “N” sticker on the drivers side back window.

According to a release from the Clay County Sheriff's Department, Kubes travels from Clay Center north on K-15 to Highway 36 then east to Highway 77 and heads north to Beatrice and then takes Highway 136 to Auburn.

The report also indicates Kubes was in pain when he left Clay Center and was headed to the Nemaha County Hospital in Auburn. 

If  you may have seen Rick Kubes or this pickup, please contact the Clay County, Kansas, Sheriff's office at 785- 632-5601 or 402-414-1306. 

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