Springville Alzheimer's patient missing since Tuesday

Published June 1, 2012 11:07 am
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A endangered missing person's alert was issued Friday for a 76-year-old Springville man suffering from Alzheimer's disease and depression.

Police say Noel Critchfield was last seen in Springville about 7 p.m. Tuesday as he drove away from his home in a 2003 Chevrolet Silverado extended-cab pickup truck. The vehicle is white and has a license plate number of 110MXF.

Police say Critchfield did not take his medications with him and has not been seen since he drove away.

Critchfield has in the past frequented Wasatch Front canyon areas. He also may have headed toward Twin Falls or Oakley, Idaho.

Springville police ask anyone with information to call 801-489-9421.




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