Local South Carolina police searching for Fort Jackson solider


A rendering of the license plate on the back of Sgt. Larson’s black Jeep.

Friends and family have set up a Facebook page to help find Sgt. Robert Larson, a Fort Jackson, S.C. soldier who has been missing since Saturday evening.

Larson is recovering from a massive traumatic brain injury and is on medication for his symptoms.

Local news station WACH ran a story for more information on the disappearance.




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  1. SGT Robert Larson is stationed at Fort Jackson, SC and went missing from his home at approximately 7 pm on Saturday, October 6th, he suffers from a TBI from injuries sustained while deployed to Iraq in 2005.

    SGT Larson is driving a Black 2009 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, destination unknown. His Jeep was modified since the photo it has Smittybilt XRC front and rear fenders, and Smittybilt stickers placed on the windshield, and on the rear windows. The Jeep has South Carolina Purple Heart license plates, tag number is PH5752. If you see this Jeep or SGT Larson, please contact the Calhoun County Police Department at 803-874-2741 or the Fort Jackson Military Police at 803-751-3113.
    His last known whereabouts were in West Columbia, SC.

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