Crews find missing Redmond man | UPDATE

King County Sheriff's Office search and rescue crews have found the 67-year-old man who went missing at about 7 p.m. Tuesday night in the area of Northeast 116th Street and 192nd Avenue Northeast in Redmond.

The King County Sheriff's Office is looking for David Major of Redmond. He is said to have Alzheimer's.

King County Sheriff’s Office search and rescue crews have found the 67-year-old man who went missing at about 7 p.m. Tuesday night in the area of Northeast 116th Street and 192nd Avenue Northeast in Redmond.

David Major, 6-foot-1 and 230 pounds, has Alzheimer’s.

“He was found down on the ground. He is alive but may be hypothermic. Aid is on the scene,” said Sgt. Cindi West, the sheriff’s office public information officer.

 

 

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