Silver Alert

RI Broadcasters
Association

Rhode Island
State Police

 

George Davis, 74 year old Male

Status: Open     Last Contact: 5/11/2018 9:30:00 AM

For more information about this alert, contact the following reporting agency.

Agency:

Cranston Police Department

Phone:

401-942-2211

SENIOR CITIZEN INFORMATION

First Name:

George

Last Name:

Davis

Age:

74

Gender/Sex:

Male

Race:

White

Height:

5'11''

Weight:

155 lbs

Hair Color:

Brown

Eye Color:

Brown

 

Clothing Desc:

Unknown at this time.

Medical Conditions:

Subject has schizophrenia that affects his thinking and memory.

Location:

Cranston, Rhode Island

Additional Info:

Subject operates a vehicle that belongs to his sister, Marjorie Davis.

VEHICLE INFORMATION

License Plate:

1152

Plate State:

RI

Plate Type:

Passenger

Vehicle Year:

1994

Vehicle Make:

Buick

Vehicle Model:

Century

Vehicle Color:

Blue

RESOLUTION INFORMATION

Resolution:

 

    

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