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Friends organize search via social media after man posts goodbye, goes missing

Friends and strangers alike are calling on anyone out there to help find Todd Tweedy after the St. Paul man posted this message on Facebook: "One illness I've never been able to defeat is my own depression. I have to say goodbye now." He drives a red Volkswagen Passat, Minnesota plate 545 BLM.
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Friends and strangers alike are calling on anyone out there to help find Todd Tweedy after the St. Paul man posted this message on Facebook: "One illness I've never been able to defeat is my own depression. I have to say goodbye now." He drives a red Volkswagen Passat, Minnesota plate 545 BLM.

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