Vancouver police release new photos of man with dementia missing for nearly 2 weeks

Vancouver police have released new photos of a missing man with dementia and diabetes.

David Sullivan, 61, was last seen on June 27 walking along Alexander Street near Gore Street. He was reported missing on July 1.

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Police said new surveillance footage from June 29 shows Sullivan walking and wearing a red and white checkered short-sleeved shirt with brown pants and carrying a blue gym-style bag.

Police said Sullivan may appear confused or disoriented and may ask for assistance from people he encounters. He’s also known to wear a chain around his neck with his address on it.

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Sullivan is described as Caucasian with fair skin, a bald head and a round face. He is between five foot 10 and six feet tall and has a heavy build.

Anyone who sees Sullivan is asked to call 911 and stay with him until police arrive.

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