Police appeal to find missing dementia sufferer from Kilburn
Man, 74, was last seen in Asda in Wembley on May 31
Police are looking to trace a 74-year-old man from Kilburn who suffers from dementia and has been missing for six days.
Gerald Scott was last seen at 1pm on May 31 in Forty Lane, Wembley, pushing an Asda trolley after leaving his sheltered accommodation in Brondesbury Park, at around 7am that day.
He is white, 6ft 1in tall, bald with a pale complexion and has a long grey beard.
Mr Scott was wearing a grey knee length Mackintosh jacket, a grey Trilby hat and carrying a dark umbrella with strap slung over his back
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Officers are concerned for his safety and welfare as he has dementia and does not have ability to interact or ask for help.
Anyone with information regarding his disappearance should call the missing persons unit on 0208 733 3771 or 101 or a missing people help line on 0500 700 700.
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