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Authorities looking for missing Riley Clarence Whitley

Police described Riley Clarence Whitley, 74, as roughly 5 toes, 7 inches tall with salt and pepper hair and a goatee.

HOUSTON — Authorities want your assist to discover a missing 74-year-old man with dementia or Alzheimer’s who was final seen on April 22 leaving his residence in Cleveland, Texas.

Officials described Riley Clarence Whitley, 74, as roughly 5 toes, 7 inches tall and 125 kilos with salt and pepper hair and a goatee. He was final seen sporting blue denims with a blue shirt and a blue jacket.

According to the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office, Whitley known as his spouse at round 5:45 p.m. to inform her he was leaving his van at Highway 59 and East Mount Houston Road in Houston.

Authorities situated the van, however not Whitley. According to investigators, his cellphone pinged close to Minute Maid Park in Houston on April 24 round 7:30 p.m.

If you’ve got any details about their whereabouts, name Liberty County Sheriff’s Office at 936-336-4500 or 911.

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Thousands of individuals go missing each year throughout the United States, and there are organizations and legislation enforcement companies that work to convey them residence to family members.

The Texas Center for the Missing is a corporation with Houston roots that works to teach family members and authorities on discovering the lost. 

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From resources that deal with missing children to endangered adults, the non-profit organization has compiled a wealth of resources to assist. 

There is not any 24-hour ready interval required to report an individual missing, based on the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.

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