URGENT #MISSING: Harold "Howie" Rice, 55 - Monroeville, PENNSYLVANIA (has medical needs - driving a red four-door 2001 Ford Focus)

A man who left his Westmoreland County home en route to a Monroeville bar and restaurant has gone missing, state police said Friday.
Harold "Howie" Rice, 55, left his residence in the Cloverleaf Estates mobile home park at about 6 p.m. Wednesday and was going to the Penn Monroe to meet with a friend, police said.
He had a text-message conversation with his sister at 7:45 p.m., telling her that he was on his way back home, but he never arrived, police said.
"Rice is known to frequent the Monroeville and Turtle Creek areas. Rice was driving a red four-door 2001 Ford Focus. Rice has medical needs and has other mental health issues," police wrote in a public information report.
Rice is described as white, 5 feet 10 inches tall and 245 pounds, with blue eyes and blond hair. His daughter says he goes by Howie, not Harold.
Anyone who has information on his whereabouts is asked to call state troopers at the Kiski Valley station at 724-727-3434.
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