Baker Police concerned about missing adult
BAKER - Police said they are searching for a missing adult who cannot communicate well.
Chief Mike Knapps said there is concern for the well-being of Quentin Jones. Jones has not been seen since Friday, his family told the police department. A missing persons report was filed Sunday and Jones' story was shared with the public Monday by the Baker Police Department.
Jones is a developmentally challenged individual with circumstances that do not allow him to communicate, his mother wrote in an email to police. His family was worried about his whereabouts, and pleaded with people to help locate him.
Police asked for tips in locating Jones. Call Baker PD with information at 775-6000.
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