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March 7, 2003

Pelham- Leroy Chutes was last seen walking along Railroad Street in Pelham around 2 AM. He has lived at Faith and Mercy Personal Care Home for two years after a stroke left him partially paralyzed.

Home administrators say residents can come and go as they wish, but they are concerned about Chutes' safety.

"He has his own mental facilities in other words, he knows what he's doing. But its our concern because we want to know that he's all right, and if someone's out there that possibly gave him a ride this morning, if you would, give us a call here so we'll know that he is okay," says home administrator, Ken Lawson.

Chutes was wearing a white T-shirt, blue jeans, high-top tennis shoes, and possibly a black belt and baseball cap. He walks with a limp.

If you have any information, call Pelham police at 229-294-6000.

Posted at 11:00 PM by elaine.armstrong@walb.com