Michael J. Spencer, 69, was found safe and his family has been notified
The Vancouver Police Department was requesting assistance in locating a missing endangered male, missing from his home in Vancouver. That man has been found safe and his family has been notified.
Michael J. Spencer, 69, was last seen by his son around 8 p.m. Tuesday (March 21). His son is concerned Spencer may be experiencing a dementia episode. Spencer has low functionality and requires extensive assistance at home with regular tasks.
Michael Spencer is a white male, 5-foot-10 and 190-200 pounds with gray/brown hair and blue eyes. He was last believed to be wearing a dark flannel shirt with a blue under shirt and gray jeans.
Spencer does not have a vehicle and is believed to be getting around on foot.
If found, please call the Vancouver Police Department through the Columbia Regional Emergency Services Agency at 3-1-1 or 9-1-1.
Information provided by the Vancouver Police Department.
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