Southington police are continuing to search for a 67-year-old Southington man who has been missing since Wednesday morning.
The department issued a silver alert Thursday and reached out to the public, hoping to assist family and friends in locating Harold Smith, who was last seen at his Little Fawn Road home around 10:30 Wednesday morning. The search involved officers, friends, neighbors and family members Thursday but no leads were found regarding his whereabouts.
"Smith is very social and is known to frequent the businesses in both
downtown Southington and Plantsville. Smith also spends a great deal of
time walking the linear trail in Southington," Lt. Michael Baribault said Thursday.
Smith is a white male, standing approximately five feet, wight inches tall and
weighing approximately 210 pounds. He has gray hair and hazel colored
eyes, wearing glasses.
"The family was not sure what Smith was
wearing when he left the home, but they did say he almost always wears
black sneakers with white socks," Baribault said.
read or write but he does recognize his name, police said, but has his
wallet on his person with emergency numbers located inside. He frequents
the downtown Southington area and Plantsville Center section of
Police said Smith is mentally challenged and it is important that he is located soon.
Anyone with information or who sees Smith is asked to call the Southington Police Department at (860) 621-0101.
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