Man believed to have left Flackwell Heath home this morning

Bucks Free Press: Police concerned after elderly man goes missing Police concerned after elderly man goes missing

AN elderly man from Flackwell Heath has been reported missing and police have said they are concerned for his welfare.

Bruce Adams, 80, was last seen at his home by his wife at around 3am this morning.

Sometime in the early hours, Mr Adams has left his home and the area in his brown Nissan Note.

PC Duncan Gallagher said: “Automatic Number Plate Recognition cameras have shown his vehicle entering the London area earlier today.

“Bruce suffers from dementia and diabetes, so we are very concerned for his welfare and would urge him or anyone who knows of his whereabouts to contact us as soon as possible."

Mr Adams is white, around 6ft tall, bald and with a thin build. He is believed to be wearing green trousers, a grey button-up top and canvass-type shoes.

He is also disabled so requires the use of a walking stick to get about.

Anyone with information should contact police on 101.

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10:31pm Sun 29 Jun 14

JAdams123 says...

Thank god my grandad is ok and home safe now, all thanks to the police and the CCTV cameras.
Thank god my grandad is ok and home safe now, all thanks to the police and the CCTV cameras. JAdams123
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11:11pm Sun 29 Jun 14

bayriver says...

glad to hear that ! great news for all concerned.
glad to hear that ! great news for all concerned. bayriver
  • Score: 9

2:55am Mon 30 Jun 14

11df4c06@opayq.com says...

Very pleased he is safe, but perhaps his family should consider whether someone with dementia should have access to a car.
Very pleased he is safe, but perhaps his family should consider whether someone with dementia should have access to a car. 11df4c06@opayq.com
  • Score: -3
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