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Falmouth, Barnstable police searching for 61-year-old man missing from Cape Cod for two months

Falmouth and Barnstable police are trying to find a 61-year-old man with dementia who has been lacking since he left his Cape Cod sober home and acquired on a bus greater than two months in the past, officers mentioned Friday.

Floyd Black was final seen leaving his sober home on Baxter Road in Hyannis on Aug. 8, mentioned his daughter, Kerry Black. His daughter believes he acquired on the unsuitable bus.

“The 61-year-old has a myriad of well being issues that embrace Alzheimer’s illness, bipolar dysfunction, an outdated head damage and a coronary heart situation. While he typically will get confused, this prolonged absence is uncommon,’’ the Missing Persons Cases Network mentioned in an announcement.

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