Authorities seek help in locating missing Washington County man
Police are asking for help in locating an Amity man with dementia who has been missing for a day.
Dennis Kerr, 53, left an Amwell home at about 11:30 p.m. Friday to drive about five miles to his home, state police said.
Kerr, who is on medication for dementia, never returned home.
Kerr is about 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighs about 150 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes.
He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a red and black Dale Earnhardt sweatshirt, a yellow and black Steelers hat and brown hiking boots. He was driving a gold 2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer with Pennsylvania plates HNV-7350.
Anyone with information is asked to call state police at 724-223-5200.
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