Update: Missing Bellevue Man Located in Oregon

Guy Lewis was last seen Friday morning at Bank of America in Lake Hills. He has Alzheimer's disease.

The 85-year-old Bellevue man with Alzheimer's disease who reported missing was located 400 miles away in Oregon, according to the Bellevue Police Department

Updated: 4:30 p.m. Saturday

Guy Lewis, 85, was located in Ontario, OR by the local police in that city, said Bellevue Police spokeswoman Officer Carla Iafrate. He thought he was driving to Kentucky, she said. A news update is on Bellevue Patch: http://patch.com/A-2mtS

Original story:

Bellevue Police were looking for an 85-year-old Bellevue man with Alzheimer's disease who was reported missing Friday.

Guy Victor Lewis was last seen at Bank of America in Lake Hills at 10:25 a.m. Friday, according to a statement from police Friday night. 

From the statement:

His wife returned home and found her husband gone and their Gold Ford Escape with Washington license plate ADX9797. She told police it wasn’t unusual for him to drive short distances from his home in the Lake Hills neighborhood but not for several hours at a time. 

Mr. Lewis was last seen wearing a light blue thin jacket, black/white plaid button up shirt and black pants. He does not have a cell phone. He suffers from Alzheimer’s, diabetes and has a heart condition. 

Mr. Lewis is described as an 85 year old white male, 5’10”, 165 pounds with white hair and hazel eyes. 

Police did an extensive search of the area and shopping mall securities have been notified, as well as local law enforcement agencies. 

Should anyone locate Mr. Lewis please call 9-1-1 immediately. 


Steve February 26, 2013 at 04:27 PM
Why is an 85 year old man with alzheimer's and a bad heart allowed to drive a car?
Colleen Kew February 26, 2013 at 07:45 PM
sorry, seriously steve? he has alzheimer's ... meaning he has no memory of not being allowed to drive, my grandmother had it and she thought she was a 20 year old in college most of the time ... think about it. They usually don't even know they have alzheimers.


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