Man with Alzheimer's missing from Baton Rouge
BATON ROUGE - Sheriff's deputies issued a missing persons alert for a man with Alzheimer’s.
Deputies said Thomas Madison, 50, walked away from home and never returned. Family members, though, could not pinpoint an exact time when Madison left. The missing persons report was filed around 6:30 Wednesday.
Madison is known to leave his home in the Monticello area and forget where he lives, a department spokesperson said in a news release.
Madison, of Castle Hill Drive, usually wears a similar outfit: blue sweat shirt and blue jeans with a brown cap.
Deputies checked area hospitals but could not find anyone matching Madison's description.
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