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Springfield, Mass. Police Seek Man Missing 11 Days

Achim Bailey was last seen leaving Samuel's, a bar near the Basketball Hall of Fame, early in the morning on Sunday, Jan. 13

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    Police in Springfield, Massachusetts, are looking for a man who has been missing for a week and a half.

    Achim Bailey was last seen leaving Samuel's, a bar near the Basketball Hall of Fame, early in the morning on Sunday, Jan. 13. Springfield Police say he was reported missing the following Monday.

    As police have investigated, the department said Bailey was spotted on multiple cameras. He was seen walking alone down Hall of Fame Avenue before cameras lost sight of him near Memorial Bridge.

    Around 3 a.m., a camera spotted a person believed to be Bailey walking on railroad tracks near the South End Bridge. His cellphone was pinged and had last registered in that area.

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    While crews have searched the railroad, the river and the area around the Hall of Fame, police have not found any sign of Bailey. His bank account has had no transactions since his last purchase at Samuel's.

    Police said a digital billboard is going up with Bailey's picture on it in the Hartford area.

    Anyone with information is asked to call 413-750-2379.