Fort Collins Police Looking For Man With Dementia
FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP/CBS4) — Police in Fort Collins are asking for help finding a 64-year-old man who suffers from dementia.
George Gosden was last seen by his family on Saturday around 6 p.m.
Police are asking people to check their yards and outbuildings for him and also to keep an eye out for him in open space and wilderness areas. Gosden likes to walk so police say he could be anywhere within 50 miles of the city.
He is a white male with brown hair with is six feet tall and weighs about 190 lbs. He wears a Medic-Alert bracelet.
“An Air Force helicopter will be used to conduct an aerial search (Monday) afternoon. Residents of Fort Collins and surrounding communities can expect to see a low-flying military helicopter while the search is being conducted,” Matt Johnson with Fort Collins Police Services said in a statement.
Additional Information From Fort Collins Police Services
If you have information which might assist in locating Mr. Gosden, please contact Fort Collins Police Services at 970-221-6540. Detective Jim Lenderts is the lead investigator in the case.
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