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St. Paul Police Seek Help Finding Man With Dementia

12 days ago   |   By CBS

MINNEAPOLIS - Authorities are asking the public's help finding an Indiana man missing in the Twin Cities.
The St. Paul Police Department says that 57-year-old Darryl Townsend, who suffers from dementia, walked away late Saturday night from a home on the 100 block of East Acker Street.
Investigators say Townsend has no money and no other ties to the area. They say he was last seen wearing a brown coat, navy blue pants, a black cap, and black and white Reebok shoes.
Anyone who sees Townsend is asked to call 911 or 651-291-1111.
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