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Vancouver police request public’s help with missing man

By , Columbian staff writer

Vancouver Police Department’s investigators are requesting public’s assistance in locating Stanley Lunde, a 68-year-old man last seen in central Vancouver.

Stanley was last seen Oct. 14 at his residence in the 4700 block of E. Evergreen Blvd. in Vancouver.  Lunde does not own or have access to a vehicle and does not carry a cellphone.

Lunde is suffering from a medical condition, symptoms of which include memory loss, disorientation and difficulty with reasoning.

He is possibly wearing an oversized brown jacket and his shoes may be mismatched.  The rest of his clothing is unknown.  Lunde is a white man, about 6 feet tall and weighing 200 pounds.  He usually has a friendly demeanor and likes to socialize with people around him.

Lunde is known for taking long walks in the Vancouver area; he also uses C-TRAN for transportation.

Citizens with information of Lunde’s possible whereabouts are asked to call the Vancouver Police Department’s dispatch center at 360-696-4461.

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