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Lee County: Wife begs for missing husband's safe return

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LEE COUNTY, AL (WTVM) -

Fighting back tears and hidden from public view to maintain her safety, Mary Bagley described the morning nearly two months ago when she last laid eyes on her husband Patrick.

"I beg of you to contact somebody, there are many people that love you out there that have given hundreds and hundreds of hours to ensure that you are safe," Bagley said.  

Bagley said her husband had cried profusely over the death of their dog. Their outdoor surveillance security system captured Patrick walking off the property.

"I worry about him, and his health and his safety and various individuals in law enforcement have different hypotheses," Bagley said.  

It is believed that Pat Bagley was last seen near Lee Road 240. His wife says that she believes foul play was involved.

"I cry every night, and I sleep with his dirty clothes... I don't know," Bagley said. 

Bagley was reported missing on May 23 but was believed to have gone missing a week prior. He was last seen wearing a brown zip up shirt and a pair of blue jeans. 

His wife told us that he did not take anything value with him when he left and often suffers from deep depression. While family and friends haven't heard from Pat Bagley, his wife says she will continue to pray for his safe return.

"This is an old man that has worked very hard the last year. He's a Southern Union Student, and USDA Minority registered farmer. He's worked very hard the last year to make me proud," Bagley said. 

If you have any information on Patrick Bagley's whereabouts you are asked to call the Lee County Sheriff Office at 334-749-5651. 

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