Aloha man, 66, with dementia reported missing

ALOHA, Ore. – Deputies are asking for the public’s help with finding a missing 66-year-old Aloha man who may be in danger.

Dane Davis was reported missing by his caretaker at around 3 p.m. Thursday. The caretaker said Davis hadn’t been seen or heard from in three days. Davis’ family and neighbors also have not heard from him in days, according to Sgt. Bob Ray of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.

Davis has dementia and may not be able to take care of himself, Ray said.

His home was unlocked and unoccupied and his car was still in the garage when deputies arrived Thursday afternoon.

Davis was described as a 5-foot-6 black man with a heavy build, and salt and pepper facial hair. He was last seen wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt with blue jeans. He is known to wear Oakland Raiders apparel.

Based on past behavior, deputies believe Davis may be riding public transit, specifically MAX trains.

Anyone with information regarding Davis’ whereabout should call the Washington County Sheriff’s Office at 503-629-0111.


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