2 people with dementia missing in different parts of Anchorage
According to two separate community alerts sent early Saturday morning, Anchorage police are looking for two 63-year-old people with dementia who have gone missing in different areas of the city.
Arthur Endresen was last seen about 10 p.m. Friday leaving his assisted living home near East 72nd Avenue and Scalero Circle in the Abbott Loop neighborhood.
He’s described as a skinny Native man who’s 5 feet, 5 inches tall, 140 pounds with long gray hair and a gray goatee. He was wearing a hat, gray jacket and dark pants the last time he was seen.
The other person police are looking for is Dorothy Pitts. She was last seen about 1:30 p.m. Friday near Valley Street and Debarr Road in Northeast Anchorage. She may have been going to a park near Muldoon Road and Debarr Road.
Pitts is described as a Native woman who’s 5 feet, 4 inches tall, 125 pounds with brown hair. She was “last seen wearing a black tank top, unknown color jacket, abstract colored stretch pants, and unknown color boots,” police wrote.
Anyone with information on either Endresen’s or Pitts’ location are asked to call the Anchorage Police Department at 311.
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