PARADISE VALLEY, AZ - Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a 64-year-old man who went missing over the weekend in Paradise Valley.
According to Paradise Valley police, Gregory Parkison left an elderly-adult health care facility between midnight and 2 a.m. Sunday near Scottsdale and Doubletree Ranch roads.
He walked away without his care providers knowing, police said.
Parkison left without a wallet, any identification, money or phone, police said.
His family has not heard from him.
Parkison is described as a white male, 64 years old, 6-feet tall, and weighs about 175 pounds.
He has “salt and pepper” colored hair and a mustache.
Parkison has the early onset of Alzheimer’s and is diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes and prostate cancer, police said.
He may also be a little violent if approached, police said.
Anyone who may know Parkison’s whereabouts is asked to call Paradise Valley police Detective Frank Hoekstra at 480-948-7418.
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