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LPD needs assistance locating a missing elderly person

Marcus Davis, photo courtesy of LPD Marcus Davis, photo courtesy of LPD

LUBBOCK, TX (PRESS RELEASE) - Update: The missing elderly person, Marcus Davis, has been located. He is unharmed and has been returned to his family.

LPD is currently searching for Marcus Perry Davis, 77 years old. Mr. Davis went missing from his home in the 2600 block of E Auburn on Friday March 4th at 12:40 p.m.

Mr. Davis is a black male, black and gray hair, brown eyes, 5'09" and 150 lbs. He was last seen wearing a beige cap, rustic jacket, blue jeans, and brown boots.

He rides in an electric wheelchair and may be disoriented. He was possibly in the area of 8th St and Ave Q earlier this morning.

Please contact the LPD front desk at 775-2816 if you have seen Mr. Davis.

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