SILVER ALERT: Milwaukee Co. man not seen since getting into car

ST. FRANCIS (WKOW) — Authorities need the public’s help in finding a 67-year-old man last seen Wednesday afternoon.

Ronald Edwards left his assisted living facility in St. Francis at 2:30 p.m.  He got into a white car, believed to be an older Buick.  Authorities don’t know who the driver is.  Edwards usually uses a walker, and he didn’t take it with him.  Authorities say he is unable to take care of himself.

Edwards is 5’7" tall and about 150 pounds.  He is Native American. He has long brown hair and brown eyes.  He was wearing red and black tennis shoes, a white T-shirt, and dark gray sweatpants.  He has a mustache and a goatee.  He goes by "Ron" or "Ronnie."

If you know where Edwards is, please call St. Francis police at (414) 481-2232.

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