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#Missing: (Alzheimer's) Gordon Stacey, 88 - North Clarendon, VERMONT (driving a blue 2007 Chevy Cobalt with VT plate CXM516)

Vermont State Police in Rutland have responded to a report of a missing person from North Clarendon.

Clema Stacey reported her husband, Gordon Stacey, who suffers from Alzheimer's disease, was last seen at 2 p.m. Saturday at their residence on Vermont 7B, North Clarendon.

She reported Gordon told her he was going to Byrne's Truck garage located a short distance from their house in a blue 2007 Chevy Cobalt bearing Vermont registration CXM516. However, he had not returned to the residence by late afternoon at which time Clema Stacey contacted the garage and was informed that Gordon was never there.

Clema Stacey reported her family had checked several locations in Rutland where Gordon frequents. However, he had not been found.

It is not believed that Gordon would leave the car behind due to difficulty walking and the car reportedly had a full tank of gas when Gordon departed the residence.

Gordon is not prescribed any medication for his health and does not have any other reported illnesses.

Gordon Stacey is described as 88, white male, short white hair, approx. 5'10" tall, weighing about 200 pounds and clad in navy blue pants, black checkered sweater, black loafers and brown socks.

Stacey does not have a cell phone.

Anyone with information regarding this incident are encouraged to contact the Vermont State Police at 773-9101.


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Respectfully,

Amy Kinney
Missing Alerts Manager
Board of Director
LostNMissing, Inc.
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