Octogenarian suffering from dementia wanted in Montreal

The Montreal Police Force is asking people for help in locating an octogenarian who has been missing since Wednesday. Investigators fear that the person is said to be suffering from walking and geriatrics, thus endangering his health and safety.


Henry Ovelet-Vagina

Henry Ovelet-Vagina
Press

Denise Conrad Brooch, 81, was last seen in the Ville-Marie area around 2 p.m. “He may often visit the city and the island of Montreal,” the police force said in a brief statement issued this evening, adding that “he will travel on foot and suffer from senile disease.”

According to the explanation given by the officials, Mr. Brooch is white-skinned, about 1.70 meters tall and weighs about 82 kilograms.

He has white hair, blue eyes and speaks both French and English.

At the time of his disappearance, the man was wearing “navy blue and black jacket with hood and pants suspenders,” as well as a shirt. He will also wear the glasses he suggests.

Anyone who sees this person, or who has the relevant information to contact, can reach 911 or the Information-Crime Montreal Center by dialing 514-393-1133. You can confirm the secret and anonymous treatment.

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