Wife of missing Marine pleads for help finding husband

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The wife of a Marine took to Facebook to plead with her followers to help find her husband.

According to the missing veteran's website, 26-year-old Alec Seager is a U.S. Marine who went missing from Camp Lejeune in North Carolina on Saturday, Feb. 6.

His wife posted his photo saying he "suffers from ptsd,depression,&anxiety. He also has mentioned suicidal idealizations."

She mentioned that the father of four may have left in a silver Dodge Caravan with Carolina plates.

Thousands of people shared her plea on Facebook, and also gave her words of encouragement and prayers with one user writing, "We will keep you all in our prayers. PTSD and anxiety are a hard item to understand. Love and support from friends and relatives is a must."

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