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Neighborhood Watch: Missing Person Alert


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Eddie Kinchen

Eddie Kinchen

Mr. Kinchen suffers from Alzheimer’s disease.  He walked away from his retirement home at Parkview Towers 1200 Commerce on the 5th of July and    has not been seen since.

Mr. Kinchen was last seen wearing blue jeans & a brown polo type shirt plus a baseball cap.  If you as a resident should happen to see Mr. Kinchen, we are asking you to please contact Cold Case Detectives at 371-4600.

Race B    Sex: Male  DOB: 6/28/1932   Height: 5’8″  Weight: 180


1 Comment

  1. Earlier this year Pettaway Neighborhood resident, Annie O’Neal was found and is now home with family. Ms. O’Neal was reported missing in the summer of 2011.  Ms. O’Neal’s family and community are grateful for her safe return.

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