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Silver advisory issued for missing Kansas City man, age 86

Police say Ronald Lee Freeman left his home in Kansas City, North on July 11 without medication, wallet, or the cane and has not been seen since. Anyone seeing Freeman, or anyone having any information related to him, shoud call 911 or the nearest law enforcement agency.
Police say Ronald Lee Freeman left his home in Kansas City, North on July 11 without medication, wallet, or the cane and has not been seen since. Anyone seeing Freeman, or anyone having any information related to him, shoud call 911 or the nearest law enforcement agency.

Authorities have issued an “endangered silver advisory alert” for an 86-year old Kansas City man who has been missing since July 11.

Ronald Lee Freeman — a white male — is 6 feet tall and weighs 187 pounds with gray hair and hazel eyes. He was last seen wearing a brown striped polo shirt and khaki pants.

He walks with a cane and has heart problems.

Police say Freeman left his home in Kansas City, North on July 11 without medication, wallet, or the cane.

Anyone seeing Freeman, or anyone having any information related to him, should call 911 or the nearest law enforcement agency.

To reach Dave Helling, call 816-234-4656 or send email to dhelling@kcstar.com. Follow him on Twitter: @dhellingkc.

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