FURNAS COUNTY, Neb. (KSNB) - The Furnas County Sheriff's Office and Nebraska State Patrol are still searching for a missing 78-year-old man.
Authorities expanded the search for Larry Hardenbrook last week. He has not been seen since Jan. 14.
Authorities are asking that all property owners and tenants will search all areas, including those that have been previously searched.
Hardenbrook suffers from Alzheimer's. He was last seen around 9:45 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14 when he left his home on foot without a coat.
The sheriff's office said people from all Furnas County have been joining the effort to find the missing man.
It is a very rural area so there are a lot of places to be searched, including abandoned buildings, overgrown shrubbery. And for people who live in town, be sure to check your garages, cars or any outside buildings.
They said they've had people out on horseback, ATVs and troopers with Nebraska State Patrol. They brought out K9s and their helicopter and still nothing.
He is a white male, approximately 6'1" tall, approximately 190 pounds, with white hair and blue eyes, and wearing a dark-colored sweater, jeans, and brown dress shoes.
If you have any information, please call 911, or contact the Furnas County Sheriff's Department at 308-268-2245 immediately.