Still no sign of missing Saginaw Township man - WNEM TV 5

Still no sign of missing Saginaw Township man

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SAGINAW TOWNSHIP, MI (WNEM) -

A man suffering from Alzheimer's disease and dementia is still missing, and with the cold weather settling in, search teams are starting to worry.

Paul Moore, 67, has been missing for four days now, ever since he wandered away from his Saginaw Township home early Friday morning.

Moore was diagnosed in 2010 as having onset dementia. Moore lives in the 4600 block of Frandor Drive near Bay and McCarty roads.

He's 67 years old and stands about 5'4" and 120 pounds. Moore has thinning brown hair and may be wearing glasses. He was last seen wearing a blue University of Michigan shirt, blue jeans and a blue windbreaker.

He had brown and black moccasin type shoes.

Search teams from across Michigan were in town Tuesday, trying to find Moore.

They fear he could be in serious danger, especially because of the cold temperatures in the last few days.

If you see him, call 911.

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