UPDATE 9:50 a.m.: Mr Ford was found by relatives in the area of St. Anthony and Smallwood Drive. He is doing well! We thank you again.
UPDATE: December 1 at 9:45 a.m. Mr. Ford has been located! He is safe! More details to come soon. Thank you everyone for sharing!
The CCSO is seeking the public’s help locating Eugene Ford, 72, who was last seen at about 3 p.m. yesterday leaving his residential building in the 1800 hundred block of Weymouth Court in Waldorf. According to family members, Ford has dementia and may be lost.
Ford was last seen wearing a tan ball cap, glasses and a blue tracksuit with white stripes on the sleeves and legs (see surveillance photo). He does not have a cell phone in his possession, nor did he tell anyone where he was going.
Anyone with information about Ford’s whereabouts is asked to call 9-1-1 or (301) 932-2222. The investigation is on-going.
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