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Silver Alert: Port Washington Man with Dementia Missing

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77-year-old man may be in need of medical attention.

Port Washington, NY - August 6, 2014 - Charles is a 77-year-old missing vulnerable adult with dementia. He was last seen in the area of Anchorage Road in Port Washington at 5:00am and was driving a 2007 gray Honda Accord with New York registration DXK-6659. Charles has a gray beard and was wearing a dark blue button down shirt, brown pants and black orthopedic shoes. He may be in need of medical attention.
 
DOB: 03/08/1937
Sex: Male
HGT: 5'10"
WGT: 210 lbs.
Hair: Gray
Eyes: Hazel
Race: White
 
Anyone with information is aked to call the Port Washington Village Police Department at 516-883-0500 ext 0 or 911.
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