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Police: Missing Barnwell man suffers from dementia, needs medication
Monday, August 1, 2011

BARNWELL, SC - Police and family are looking for a missing 81-year-old Barnwell man who was last seen leaving his home Sunday morning.

Nathaniel Hicks suffers from dementia, according to deputies, and is required to take medication that he currently doesn't have on him.

The Barnwell County Sheriff's Office said Hicks told his wife he was going to visit friends in Blackville and may stop by Spring Branch Baptist Church in Bamberg. Deputies believe he may also be in the Denmark or Olar areas.

Hicks is 5'9" and 165 pounds. He was last seen wearing a navy blue suit with a jacket.

He's believed to be driving a 1998 Ford F150 that's gray in color. The vehicle has dual exhaust and black side steps. The South Carolina plate reads ERH655.

If you have any information on his whereabouts, you're asked to call the sheriff's office at 803-541-1078.

Source: http://orangeburg.wistv.com/news/news/police-missing-barnwell-man-suffers-dementia-needs-medication/49121

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