The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) issued an islandwide appeal this morning for the public’s assistance in locating a second elderly man reported missing.
Police say 72-year-old Mr Carlton Lowe was last seen at around 3:30 pm on Saturday, April 24, at his Riviera Crescent, Southampton residence.
He is a black male, who stands approximately 5’ 3’’ in height, brown complexioned, of medium build, with black hair.
A BPS spokesman said: “When last seen Mr Lowe was wearing a pinkish golf shirt, blue shorts and a grey windbreaker.”
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Carlton Lowe is urged to contact the main police number, 295-0011.
Meanwhile, the appeal for public assistance to help locate 72-year-old Robert Douglas of My Lord’s Bay Lane in Hamilton Parish, who has been missing since March 24.
Mr Douglas suffers from dementia therefore is especially vulnerable.
At last check, a police spokesman said earlier this week: “Continued enquires have now led the investigation to Paget parish.
“CCTV footage has placed Mr Douglas walking west along South Road near Paget traffic lights at 8:20pm on March 24.
He is described as being between 6’ 2” and 6’ 3” tall, of slim build and dark complexion and was last seen wearing:
- a faded blue hat
- a blue sweat top with a long dark sleeve shirt underneath
- long black sweatpants
- long red socks
- and black sneakers with a white trim
The spokesman added: “The whereabouts of Mr Douglas is a matter of priority to the BPS and anyone with information on the whereabouts of Robert Douglas, is asked to contact the police number on 247-1624<tel:247-1624, or 911 as we continue to review CCTV.
“We are making an appeal for business and residential owners who have CCTV cameras located within Paget to make contact with police with the numbers provided.
“The BPS again wishes to thank members of the public who have provided information to assist with this enquiry.”