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Sheriff's office searching for man with dementia

Sheriff's office searching for man with dementia



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(KSL News) Millard County Sheriff's Office is asking for help to find an 88-year-old man who hasn't been seen since Sunday.

On Monday, deputies responded to a dispatch of a suspicious situation. A delivery person found the front door of an elderly man's home open, and nobody appeared to be home.

A check of the home by deputies found everything appeared to be OK, but the resident, Ernest George Clark, was not in the house. His vehicle was also missing.

Neighbors told the deputies that they had seen Clark's vehicle parked outside of the home Sunday night but had not seen Mr. Clark.

A daughter who lives in the Delta area was contacted, and she says that her father is suffering from dementia.

Clark may be driving a 1997 tan Toyota Camry with Utah license plate 513 ZTW.

If you have any information that could help find Mr. Clark, you are urged to contact the Millard County Sheriff's Office at 435-743-5302.

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