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Bellevue police searching for man, 56, missing since Feb. 1

Megan Tomasic
Bellevue police are searching for Wendell Caldwell who’s been missing since Feb. 1.

Police are searching for a Bellevue man who has been missing for over a month.

Wendell Caldwell, 56, was going to visit a friend on Pittsburgh’s North Side on Feb. 1, but never arrived, according to the Bellevue Police Department.

The last communication his friend had with him was when Caldwell called to say he was on his way over.

Friends reported Caldwell missing a few weeks later after not hearing from him, police said.

Officers have searched for Caldwell and placed phone calls to various locations without any leads.

Caldwell is 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs about 190 pounds. He was last seen wearing dark brown sweat pants, a black jacket, black hat and black boots.

Anyone with information on his location can contact the Bellevue Police Department at 412-766-7400.

Megan Tomasic is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Megan at 724-850-1203, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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