Lexington Officers Searching for Missing Alzheimer's Patient

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 4/17 6:02 pm
Lexington police were told by family members of 72-year-old William Etherton that the Alzheimer's patient disappeared at 3:15 Thursday afternoon.

Even though they said he hasn't driven in years, Etherton is believed to be driving to Big Clifty, Kentucky in a 2001 Dodge 2500 Extended Cab pickup.

The truck has a Kentucky License Plate of 301-HLW.

Anyone who knows where Etherton may be should call 911 immediately.
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