Man with dementia, 82, missing from Glencoe - New York News

Man with dementia, 82, missing from Glencoe

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Harvey Caplin, 82. (Glencoe Police) Harvey Caplin, 82. (Glencoe Police)
Harvey Caplin, 82. (Glencoe Police) Harvey Caplin, 82. (Glencoe Police)
CHICAGO (Sun-Times Media Wire) -

Glencoe Police are asking the public for help locating a missing 82-year-old man with dementia.

Harvey Caplin was last seen at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday night when it was believed he walked away from his house in the 800 block of Forestway Drive in Glencoe.

Caplin has been known to walk to Starbucks, libraries, groceries and forest preserves. He may be unable to communicate verbally.

He is possibly wearing a black leather jacket, white T-shirt and dark blue running pants.

Anyone with information should call Glencoe police at (847) 461-1135.

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