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Vancouver police seek man with Alzheimer’s missing for 1 week – BC

Vancouver police are asking for the public’s help to locate a 67-year-old man with Alzheimer’s who has been missing since last Wednesday.

Police said Brian Barbour was last seen Sept. 14, leaving his building near East Hastings Street and Hawkes Avenue.

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Investigators say Barbour virtually never leaves his home and relies on neighbours for support.

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His sudden disappearance is out of character, police said, adding he may have trouble finding his way home.

Barbour is described as five-foot-seven and 150 pounds with long grey hair and a full beard.

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He was wearing dark pants, a dark jacket, grey shoes and a black baseball cap with white writing on it.

He left his home with a red 10-speed bike with straight handlebars and a black milk crate attached to the back.

Anyone who sees Barbour or finds his bike is asked to call 911 and remain with him until help arrives.

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