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83 year old Wembley man with dementia still missing

PUBLISHED: 13:01 24 August 2017 | UPDATED: 13:01 24 August 2017

Leocardo Loney has been missing since August 3 and may be extremely confused Picture: Met Police

Leocardo Loney has been missing since August 3 and may be extremely confused Picture: Met Police

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Police are continuing to urgently appeal for information to find missing Leocardo Loney who disappeared from Wembley on August 3.

Mr Loney suffers from dementia and went missing from his care home in Wembley on August 3, at around 5.30pm. He was seen then wearing a red baseball cap and a black jacket.

Mr Loney is 83 years old, black, about 5ft 10ins, of medium build, with short grey hair.

His daughter, Marie Loney has said: “I am extremely concerned for my father’s safety. He is a frail, elderly man who suffers from dementia. He is in need of 24-hour care and requires medication.”

Police in Brent believe there may have been a possible sighting of Mr Loney on a 182 bus travelling towards Brent Cross from Wembley on Tuesday August 22.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts to call Brent’s Missing Persons Unit on 101 or Missing People on 116000.

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