Police urgently looking for Walsall dementia sufferer – please help if you can

Have you seen William Newman? He has dementia and police are very concerned for his wellbeing. Image supplied by West Midlands Police.

Please – take a look at the photo above – 56 year old dementia sufferer William Newman went missing from Walsall Manor Hospital sometime around 8:30pm, Wednesday 8th August 2018.

Have you seen this gentleman? If so, please contact the police who are very concerned for his welfare.

Please let’s get him back to safety – dementia is such a cruel thing.

West Midlands Police issued the following request:

We are concerned for the safety of 56-year-old dementia sufferer William Newman, who has gone missing from Walsall Manor Hospital.

William was last seen at around 8.30pm, 8 August, heading towards Moat Road in Walsall.

He is described as a white, 6ft and of slim build. He has a spider web tattoo on his neck, a tattoo of snake scales on his right arm & hand and a tattoo on one of his ear lobes.

He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a grey T-shirt and white socks.

If you have seen him or know where he is, please call the Western Locate Team on 01902 649150.

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