December 8, 2005
Thomasville- Police are blanketing Thomasville in their search for an Alzheimer's patient who went missing early this morning.
Abe Coston disappeared from a personal care home around 2:30. He was last seen around Crawford and Fletcher streets.
The 79-year-old was wearing a dark blue shirt, dark blue pants, and blue or grey suspenders. He also had on a grey hat and red boots.
Coston is African-American, stands five feet, six inches, and weighs about 150 pounds.
If you think you see him, call 911, or the Thomasville Police Department.
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