Eighty-five year old Hardin Barrow was reported missing to the Lubbock Police Department around nine o'clock Thursday night. He is an Alzheimer's patient, and was last seen near the 2400 block of East 28th Street in a white Cadillac.
He's described has a black man, five feet ten inches tall, weighing around 125 pounds. He's wearing a blue and grey hat, a striped shirt, blue jeans and grey suspenders. He has been entered into the national system, but this is not yet an official Silver Alert, but that could change as the search continues.
If you have any information about Hardin Barrow, you're urged to call Crimeline at 741-1000.
|HealthWise Health Center|
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